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Título : Extraterritorial Investments, Environmental Crisis, and Collective Action in Latin America
Autor : Ospina Peralta, Pablo
Bebbington, Anthony
Hollenstein, Patric
Nussbaum, Iliana
Ramírez, Eduardo
Palabras clave : AMÉRICA LATINA
BOLIVIA
CHILE
ACTORES EXTRATERRITORIALES
INSTITUCIONES AMBIENTALES
ECONOMÍAS EXTRACTIVAS
Fecha de publicación : 2014
Editorial : Ámsterdan : Elsevier
Citación : Ospina Peralta, Pablo y otros (2014). Extraterritorial Investments, Environmental Crisis, and Collective Action in Latin America. World Development (73): 32 - 43
Resumen : A growing number of extraterritorial private-sector actors, often in partnership with the state, are expanding the frontiers of extractive and primary export economies to new rural territories in Latin America. This paper analyzes the conditions that might drive meaningful efforts to address environmental problems in territories dominated by large, externally controlled natural resource-based activities. It studies three cases: salmon aquaculture in Chiloe´ (Chile), fruit growing in O’Higgins (Chile), and gas production in Tarija (Bolivia). We conclude that such efforts are unlikely to occur unless environmental problems directly threaten the short-term viability of the activities or social movements emerge to demand change.
URI : http://www.dspace.uce.edu.ec/handle/25000/14674
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