It indicated in addition that is a flagrant ignorance that in the study they try to circumscribe the impacts during the stage from construction to the province Captain Prat not being become position of which nature would affect the image of that affects of the region and the country, and the zone of the Austral Highway from Balmaceda to the south, considering the high traffic of bus with workers and machineries during the tourist season. It expressed that to analyze some tie concrete aspects to the project of HidroAysn it must have considered at the time of organizing the seminary because to speak, properly for the company, only of successful international experiences without leading the project and its possible impacts, nor to which they either do not say the technical organs, is an incongruity. On the matter, it remembered that Sernatur presented/displayed a report of 13 pages in which questioned diverse aspects of the EIA, observations between which the regional scale studies and compensations demand to realise, with respect to the damage that the PHA will cause to the regional tourist image. Also it aimed at that due to the reduction of the area of influence defined by the company, the measures of mitigation and compensation proposals for the tourism are not in any case around the impact that could cause. Finally Daniela Castro added that although can be interesting to analyze previous international experiences, calls much the attention that HidroAysn does not consider the disastrous impact from the dams from Bio Saw on that river basin. Strangely that example, that is nearest our cultural and environmental reality, is not considered in this seminary. Tourism Tortel Creek On the other hand, that outside responsible for the Program of Local Development of the Municipality of Tortel in the area tourism and coordinated the respective observations to the EIA, Claudia Towers, remembered that in the study of environmental impact is indicated that the River basin of Baker until Tortel Creek has tourist activity but it concludes that the tourism would be an economic activity barely developed and that represents a low contribution the familiar economy. . .