Passer du zéro-déforestation à la gestion durable des ressources naturelles en Amazonie brésilienne

Abstract : The programme to combat deforestation (PPCDAM) in the Brazilian Amazon , launched in 2004 and backed by commitments by the soya bean and beef sectors, has led to a considerable drop in the annual rate of deforestation. For territorial actors, it has been and continues to be a matter of conceiving, planning and implementing a rapid agrarian transition, based on a more efficient management of their various natural resources, of appropriating a limited physical space, and of creating the institutional capacities required to manage it sustainably.
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M.G. Piketty, Marc Piraux, Lilian Blanc, François Laurent, Nathalie Cialdella, et al.. Passer du zéro-déforestation à la gestion durable des ressources naturelles en Amazonie brésilienne. P. Caron, E. Valette, T. Wassenaar, G. C. d’Eeckenbrugge et V. Papazian. Des territoires vivants pour transformer le monde, Quae, 2017, 978-2-7592-2654-2. ⟨halshs-01509849⟩

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