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Title: TRÊS OLHARES SOBRE O REFLORESTAMENTO: A PERCEPÇÃO DE ATORES SOCIAIS SOBRE A MONOCULTURA DE EUCALIPTO NO ALTO JEQUITINHONHA, MG
Other Titles: Insights into reforestation: the perception of social actors on eucalyptus monoculture in the Alto Jequitinhonha, MG
Authors: Calixto, Juliana Sena
Ribeiro, Eduardo Magalhaes
Authors (Email): Calixto, Juliana Sena (juliana.calixto@yahoo.com.br)
Ribeiro, Aureo Eduardo Magalhaes (eduardomr@ufla.br)
Keywords: reforestation
qualitative research
Alto Jequitinhonha
Issue Date: 2007-09-03
Abstract: This work aims to analize the impacts of the large scale eucalyptus plantation introduction into the areas of Alto Jequitinhonha in the decade of 1970, starting from the several local actors’ depositions, articulated with available literature on the theme. The work is structured in an introduction, a brief on the theoretical composition of the area occupation process for reforestation in the wide climbs, in the methodological procedures and in the presentation and analysis of the social actors’ positioning of the eucalyptus monoculture in Alto Jequitinhonha, considered primordial to understand the impacts of the tax incentives policies, their current reflexes in the regional economy and to visualize proposals of public policies for the development of the area.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/43705
Institution/Association: Organizações Rurais e Agroindustriais/Rural and Agro-Industrial Organizations>Volume 09, Number 3, September/December 2007
Total Pages: 14
From Page: 437
To Page: 450
Collections:Volume 09, Number 3, September/December 2007

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