James Cameron, the award-winning Canadian film director, was invited to city of Mexico by the great Mexican businessman Carlos Slim, considered the richest man in the world to give a lecture where addressed issues environmental and on the effects of climate change in addition to the possibilities that exist to reduce the pace of operating current of the planet that according to him if this continues while you are in 510 or, at most, 15 years will be living an environmental collapse of great magnitude. Already habiamos seen Cameron to launch high environmental degree, a great example of llos theory was his Avatar movie which launched a strongly environmentalist message, based on fundamentals guidos by the behaviour of the human being towards the planet Earth, your place for habitation. Cameron also talks about important topics such as the effect greenhouse and the cycle of carbon. He stressed that the end of the century the planet will be living the largest crisis of species that has lived, you will notice an extinction of species between 15% and 60% of them. Similarly, he refers to the harmful effects of carbon dioxide and its impact on the environment and as we and our environment is greatly affected by the same pollution than produced.
What we produce with what exploit land is the same thing that will end with us. The average environmentalist work of James Cameron isn’t recent, nor many less his ecological conscience awoke recently finished his Avatar project. Cameron has been an environmentalist full-time since age 16 when he was still living in Canada. There participated of many environmental movements to pass by her front defending the neturaleza and environment. Cameron is definitely a person to take into account when we talk about these issues because their participation has been ongoing in these project for approximately 40 years. Deigual way sonlas words of one of the greatest directors of film of all timepos since two more blockbuster film productions are rescued in life sheet of the history, Avatar and Titanic.