It is therefore not surprising that in the late seventies, the Declaration of Macchu Pichu, recorded that the world faced a triple crisis, obviously interrelated: energy, environmental and food industries. Here, Celina Dubin expresses very clear opinions on the subject. In an increasingly interconnected world, Argentina is no stranger to this problem or its possible solutions. We understand that a country demographically balanced in terms of its abundant availability of natural resources, is better able and attitude to help reverse this situation, which would necessarily be reversed with changes multidimensional. One of the structural imbalances that have suffered from Argentina, is a significant factor in the deliberate disruption of rail transport system and navigation cabotage, allowing the emergence of complex automotive roadman. It is striking, as in the United States, has in modern times, much disclosure the issue of "America post-car." Namely the United States after car.
Many analysts of that country, they believe that the horizon is installed, depending on the price increased fuel prices, the disappearance of the primacy of the automobile as a means of transport and the subsequent revaluation of the railway. In Europe the situation is different, mindful that as countries have always had as limiting the lack of oil resources (the exception was the North Sea fields, whose yields are falling) maintained ferrotranviarios systems and navigation of its rivers. Despite the upgrading of technologies and known as the blimp, wind, geothermal, geothermal, tidal, biomass and hydrogen and hopes to encourage in the hot plasma and antimatter, the fact that imposing a restructuring which will necessarily be traumatic.