Profile. Rudolf Nikolas Flais Bravo (Chile)

Photo Rodolph FlaisHe was born on March 8, 1989 in the city of Santiago, Chile. His childhood was spent in a commune of Santiago (Puente Alto southeast of the city), studied at a college of different ideas because it was secular and much contact with nature (school where they had different types of animals interacting with students).

At age 11 years was changed southwest side of Santiago, San Bernardo which even today is a kind of village within the city, due to their work schedules and times which the people involved (timetables in Santiago are continuous from 9am to 9pm, in the case of San Bernardo times are from 9 am-1pm then from 4pm to 7pm); I lived here until today.

Among the options that had to study, elected trade like his father, so that in this way to get to fulfill his dreams of being independent

On sustainable development:

Whenever I became concerned with environmental issues, contributing to the selection of garbage, ie separating types of waste for recycling; this is not enough and you would like your home to be more efficient in energy production. As insists on installing solar panels and wind in the house.

Today is 26 and is prepared to be someone better at work eligible for the scholarship that he gave his university in Paris

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Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the IMBA Seminar on Sustainable Development, Economy and Democracy of the Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, March 2015.

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