Brazilian Government

In this way, the patrimonial education is limited to a field to a space to a city to a school to a museum, and not to a work that objectifies a bigger identification of the public regarding what it is material culture, built culture, religious culture. We forget it thus human being that it works direct and indirectly in the implantation of this and other impactantes workmanships. In this article we will present proposals for the development of a patrimonial education in the sucroalcooleiro sector, of form to search a bigger understanding on the cultural patrimony. 1 – The Sucroalcooleiro Sector In thirty years of existence the Brazilian sucroalcooleiro sector passed for great changes generated for economic and technological transformations. Years 70 historically it was one decade of great investments in the country, where the culture of the development predominated is of the growth of the economic cake. Prolcool was an energy program developed by the Brazilian Government of then the president of republic Geisel Ernest, was created in 14 of November of 1975 for decree n 76,593, with the objective to stimulate the production of the alcohol, aiming at the attendance of the necessities of the domestic market and external and the automotivos fuel politics (www.biodisel.com.br – access 22-08-11).

' ' This program although its imperfections, injected considerable addition of capital in the sector fomenting the beginning of the technological development in all the related economic segments with the alcohol production from the sugar sugar cane, principalmente' '. (Rossel, 2007) It was also in this period that the production of world-wide energy mainly reached its limit with the crisis of the oil in the years of 1973. In such a way, ' ' Prolcool' ' it counted on great investments and tax incentives of the Brazilian government for the construction of the plants. These incentives had lasted until the year of 1990.

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