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Natgeo presenta “Viviendo Positivamente” en Colombia

Este martes a las 8 pm. Nat Geo estrena un nuevo episodio de “Viviendo Positivamente” dirigido por el argentino Carlos Sorín, la producción original que muestra historias inspiradoras de personajes y proyectos que contribuyen a hacer del  mundo un mejor lugar para vivir.

Gracias a iniciativas de varias fundaciones relacionadas con el medio ambiente, la reforestación, la potabilización, la comunidad y la cultura, y con el apoyo de Coca- Cola, cada historia es un ejemplo de que cambiar el entorno es posible.

Cada episodio de “Viviendo Positivamente” se desarrolla en lugares geográficos diversos  como Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Brasil, Perú, México, Colombia y Honduras, bajo la dirección de cuatro directores de reconocimiento internacional.  Desde las hermosas playas brasileras en Fortaleza y el extraordinario Arrecife Mesoamericano en Honduras, hasta las altas cumbres del Páramo de Papallacta en Ecuador y la  Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombia, pasando por zonas áridas en Guanajuato, México y Chancay, Perú, hasta llegar al campo paraguayo y los barrios pobres de Montevideo, “Viviendo Positivamente” propone dar una vuelta completa por Latinoamérica, donde una vez más, la fortaleza de su gente le gana a las adversidades que día a día enfrentan, logrando forjar verdaderos cambios.

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