CHARACTERISATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL CORRIDOR OF THE SPOUT SURIA IN VILLAVICENCIO, A SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL VISION

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Autor(es): Juan Manuel Ochoa Amaya

Resumen


The environmental economics and its neoclassical orientation requires a series of limitations at the time of perform valuations both social and environmental, since it is limited only to represent monetarily impacts caused, but not tends to minimize them from the source, that is to say, that lacks the tools to lead the awareness toward a theory of the agents involved, why go to microeconomic theories such as the consumer surplus or theories of the replacement that converts the economic argument in little less than a discussion poaching. The submitted project is a proposed assessment understandable and, above all, workable, through a first characterization exercise of a biological corridor, for from then on be internalised the social and environmental problem.

For the specific case of the research is determined that the Cano Suria is going through this situation, in addition, the demand for land has disrupted the actual values, and lack of environmental controls threatens the sustainability of the gallery forests own of biological corridors, breaking the chain of balance of nature, giving way to different economic activities in search of a monetary welfare, but at the expense of a public good.

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