Chilean Justice has ordered halt Hidroaysén, the largest South American country's hydroelectric project,which plans to build five plants in Chilean Patagonia. The initiative has raised strong opposition among the population, a malaise that has even led to a decline in the popularity of Chilean President, Sebastián Piñera. The project, it costs 3.500 billion (about 2.450 million) guarantees the production of 2.750 megawatts of power. Read the story of the writer and traveler VaP. Gerardo Bartolomé in on this controversial issue: http://www.viajesalpasado.com/carretera-austral-el-sos-de-la-naturaleza/. Also in: http:/http.viajesalpasado.com/proyecto-hidroaysen/.