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Título:
Nature building sustainable peace in Colombia: potential of payments for ecosystem services in post-conflict scenarios = La naturaleza y la construcción de una paz sostenible en Colombia: el potencial de los pagos por servicios ambientales en escenarios
Fecha de publicación:
2011
Forma de obra:
Tesis
Producción:
2011
Idioma:
inglés
Nota de edición:
Digitalización realizada por la Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República (Colombia)
Autor:
Castillo Martínez, Luis Santiago
Materia:
Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Administración pública y ciencia militar; Ciencias sociales / Problemas y servicios sociales - asociaciones
Nota general:
Colombia
Nota general:
© Derechos reservados del autor
Nota general:
Colfuturo
Nota general:
Alternatives of development; Bandas criminales emergentes; Desarrollo alternativo; Emergent criminal bands; Pagos por servicios ambientales (PSA); FARC; Grupos paramilitares; Guerrillas de las FARC; Paramilitary groups; Payments for ecosystem services (PES)
Nota general:
Lately, the Colombian government has opted for military oppression as the main route towards national security. However, recent events have shown that new post-conflict regions in Colombia are not necessarily violence- nor conflict-free scenarios. The institutional, social and economical instability of these post-conflict zones, as well as the high profitability of drug production, have promoted the reappearance of violent groups, generally led by previous mercenaries. In addition, under the actual Colombian peace-policies, the environmental security in post-conflict regions is not as secure as it should be. Many authors have argued that the economic reactivation in post-conflict scenarios could impose more threats to natural ecosystems than the economic stagnation typical of times of war.
Then, it is important to look for new and effective alternatives to development, seeking to promote “sustainable peace” (i.e. social, economic and environmental long-term peace-conditions) in post-conflict regions in Colombia. This exploratory research suggests that natural resources in Colombia -besides bolstering belligerent groups- could be the medium for facilitating and maintaining peace. It proposes, for instance, that the correct management of natural resources through Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) schemes have a threefold potential. Firstly, to provide social, environmental and economic stabilization in post-conflict regions in Colombia. Secondly, to displace illegality and violence; and thirdly, to promote environmental citizenship for the alleviation of marginalization and as an alternative way toward national security.
Enlace permanente:
http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/obra/nature-building-sustainable-peace-in-colombia-potential-of-payments-for-ecosystem-services-in-post-conflict-scenarios-la-naturaleza-y-la-construccion-de-una-paz-sostenible-871215

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