DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PROPOSES SUSTAINABLE GUIDELINES FOR THE AJIJIC PUEBLO MÁGICO COMMITTEE

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IT WILL BE SOUGHT THAT THE AJIJIC COMMITTEE APPROVES THE MARKINGS REGARDING THE RATIONAL USE OF RESOURCES AND ALTERNATIVE AND CLEAN ENERGIES

During the informative meeting at the Ajijic Cultural Center -where the bases were explained and doubts were resolved about the conformation of the Ajijic Pueblo Mágico committee-, the director of Regional Tourism Development of the State of Jalisco, Willehaldo Saavedra González, emphasized that they want the nine Magical Towns of Jalisco to have sustainable standards promoted by their committees.

Among the characteristics that he highlighted, he declared that it is sought to be a sustainable and sustainable town and to follow an adequate order: “You have to know where you can build and where you cannot, what you can do and what you cannot do; the committee has to be up-to-date in the tasks and regulations to respect them, or they will be credited with losing the title, “said Willehaldo.

In addition, he added that he seeks to implement a project in conjunction with the Dutch Government for the rational use of water, with a lost fund resource that they allocate to sustainable projects in terms of saving water; However, they also want it to be used in alternative energies and dialogue with economic sector actors to incorporate solar panels, orchards, compost and rational use of resources.

«In the end, it is expected that all municipalities adopt environmental education and guidelines and that, when environmental management is updated, it will have an element of control (Police) in environmental matters, to see who does not comply with the regulations and there will be sanctions for part of this figure ”.

Finally, he added: “The proposals are there, but they are for the committee to discuss, validate and later work on,” having previously stated that he hopes that the committees of the Magical Towns will validate them in each one of them.

Source: semanariolaguna.com

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