The State is impelled to take care of the propagandas of the finances and to stimulate the growth of great international hegemonic groups, investing in the space in order to facilitate the flows and creates incentives in order to facilitate the installation of great companies, an action destined not to all, but to one parcel of companies who are the detentoras of the great world-wide capital and that with passing of the years they degrade each time more the experience space, if mattering with the future damages for the society, what already it comes occurring, unhappyly already we are not harvesting the fruits of this action. Meanwhile, according to Saints (2000), the care with the local populations is each lesser time, the investments in infrastructure, housing, feeding, health and education is lesser. The concept of Territory is forgotten, the patriotic feeling is minimized, the great ones companies if install in the countries that go to bring a bigger profit with a lower cost of production, these points are explored, being removed all the profit potential and being able to be abandoned to any time, not having a bond, a social responsibility, something sustainable for determined space, what it has is only one usurpation of the resources there gifts in exchange for some jobs, therefore, this globalization excludes most of the territories, companies, institutions and people. Conclusion the dialectic man/nature is in the base of the process of development and transformation of the societies human beings. The geographic space is one of the basic aspects of the call ' ' second natureza' ' , that servant for the man, practical consequence of the social one on the material base that constitutes ' ' first nature: ' ' The history of the man on the Land is the history of a gradual rupture between the man and entorno. This process if speeds up when, praticamenteao exactly time, the man if it discovers as individual and it initiates the mechanization of the planet, arming itself of new instruments to try dominates it.