The World-wide Organization of the Health – OMS (1996) defines quality of life as the individual perceptions on its position of life in the context of the systems of culture and values where they live, and in relation to its goals, expectations, standards and concerns. It is an including concept, that incorporates of a complex form, the physical health, the psychological state, the social level of dependence, relations, the personal beliefs and the relationship with characteristics that if detach in the environment Therefore it is well clearly that the quality of life of a population influences sufficiently in the type of vision of the society, of as the people start to act in this way, that is, its actions directly are related to its social and cultural context. For FORATTINI (1991), quality of life, its essence, if translates then, for the satisfaction in living. In accordance with this author, ‘ ‘ the state of satisfaction or insatisfao constitue in the truth, experience of personal character and is on to the intention of attainment of better conditions of life. The degree of adjustment to the existing situations, or then, the desire of change, will be able to serve to evaluate the presence or absence of satisfao’ ‘. The man only searchs to satisfy its necessities and ahead of this he does not have concern with its action, if they are positive or negative on the way, thus reflecting in an ambient crisis, with the degradation them environmental resources. Ahead of this problematic one it is that if it makes necessary a critical analysis to search a set of solutions that can change the forms to think and to act around this ambient question. According to Leff (2001) apud Jacobi (2003), speaks on the impossibility of increasing and complex resolveros ambient problems and to revert its causes semque occurs a radical change in the knowledge systems, of the values and doscomportamentos generated for the dynamics of existing rationality, established in the aspectoeconmico of the development.