Several ayseninos are participating from 1 October in Temacapulin, Mexico, at the third global meeting of people affected by the dams rivers for life which will run until the 7th of this month at the Aztec town. The trip of the delegation composed of Pamela Diaz, Hipolito Medina and loyal Daniela was possible thanks to the confluence of efforts of International Rivers, the Coalition citizen Aysen Reserva of life, NGO ecosystems and the pool Wall Mapu Puerto Aysen, who joined Victor Formantel Victor Hugo Gomez and Karem Cajales, who also attended the meeting. Through the installation of posts for display and delivery of material participants disseminated in such instance the threats that loom over the Region of Aysen, in Chilean Patagonia, for projects of dams and electrical wires that HidroAysen both energy Austral Plan to build in the area, in what is seen as the beginning of the advanced intervention of most of the rivers in the area. They will take the opportunity to exchange experiences and strategies to defend territories and communities, given that thousands of representatives of 64 countries will participate in the meeting. Those who have visited the stand includes invetigador Patrick McCully, author of silenced rivers. You are expected to share their experience with the inhabitants of the region upon his return. Temacapulin is a town located to the North of Guadalajara, in the State of Jalisco, where 600 people live. She was chosen as the venue for the third world meeting of people affected by the dams rivers for life, organized by International Rivers, to be threatened next to the villages of Acasico and Palmarejo – by the flooding of the El Zapotillo dam, which projects the Mexican State, to supply water to the city of Leon, Guanajuato. This would mean the complete relocation of three peoples. On the general idea of the I event, Victor Gomez said that the aim is to generate a global dialogue on the problems of dams in the world, and to the time integrate different organizations and groupings in lathe to the defense of their communities. Original author and source of the article.