The passage through the capital of the Aysen Region not only gave the actors the opportunity to perform for audiences that does not always have the possibility to access the theater. Also to express their opinions in other areas, some of which touch them closely. Vanessa is the case with Miller, who is currently one of the leading voices of the organization “No Alto Maipo” which opposes the power plant and has faced the transnational corporate lobbying of energy. In this role the actress has a definite opinion on the cost of intervening watersheds, environmental institutions and national energy policy. His involvement in these matters is based on its commitment to public issues and that “I have made clear that the matrix and energy development can be today the most important issue, especially in Chile, a country sustained by the huge demand for mining amounts of energy. ” In his view, it is now necessary to change the law and, more profoundly, reform constitution in relation to these topics.
In the case of the Maipo Basin, which is threatened by a draft AES Gener and approved by the Metropolitan Corema, Vanessa Miller says that “now installed a mega project that ends in a watershed degradation is the main water source 7 million people, and you say here is something wrong. There is a basic kind of consciousness that is not working. ” In this sense indicates that it is these issues which the move, “and I mobilized at the time of Pinochet out to say I do not want to kill anyone because he thinks that communism is a viable way to develop a country, which I I can disagree or not, but I will not kill for that. And that fact alone seemed to say mobilizing this state of affairs is disastrous, sometimes I make the analogy between the dead, the fallen, and destroyed non-renewable resources, which are also fallen. ” Consider that even “not fallen resources, are common, people. Behind all those decisions that do not respect the few resources we have and the need to sustainably manage intelligent and there are people who will be afectadisimas and so we can not imagine. ” He concludes that this is endorsed by the experience of developed countries that have based its energy on dams and hydropower, and that costs were already partners “which has already come back.”.