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Problemas ambientales y su tratamiento a través del sistema educacional cubano

  • Inginio Victoria Santiesteban
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    El medio ambiente constituye las potencialidades naturales y sociales para el desarrollo de la vida en el planeta. Su estudio y valoración no debe partir de la problemática ambiental provocada por el desequilibrio entre las relaciones sociedad–naturaleza; estas se constituyen en recursos en sí mismo, y al efecto se ha extendido un movimiento para su cuidado y protección a nivel internacional. Lo anterior se manifiesta en el movimiento de áreas protegidas a nivel internacional y especial en Cuba, con el interés de preservar y utilizar racionalmente las riquezas del patrimonio cultural y natural. Además, han sido firmados tratados internacionales para la defensa de la diversidad biológica como el de Cooperación Amazónica (Amazonía colombiana), convirtiendo la región en un importante centro turístico internacional por la exuberancia de sus paisajes y la riqueza de su fauna y flora.

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    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 29 (July)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:cedced:y:2011:i:29:103
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