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Arbor, Vol 184, No 729 (2008)
doi:10.3989/arbor.2008.i729.157

La política ecológica y la gestión ambiental en un mundo en desarrollo

Raymond L. Bryant

Resumen


Este artículo aborda diversos aspectos clave de la gestión ambiental en el mundo en desarrollo desde la perspectiva de la ecología política. Comienza con un breve repaso de la evolución de la ecología política. Posteriormente se abordan dos casos de estudio en el Sudeste de Asia con el fin de explorar espacios de confrontación y espacios de cooperación que aglutinan elementos clave de la historia y la actualidad de la gestión ambiental en el mundo en desarrollo. En este proceso el artículo concluye que las multifacéticos políticas de transacción que tienen lugar en el mundo no pueden ser transformadas simplemente a través de apolíticas llamadas a “salvar la naturaleza”.


Palabras clave

Ecología política; mundo en desarrollo; gestión ambiental; espacios de confrontación y cooperación; Burma; Filipinas

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