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L’uso sostenibile della terra

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  • Lorenza Paoloni

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L’art. 44 della Costituzione enuncia due principi fondamentali relativi al tema "Terra e lavoro": razionale sfruttamento del suolo e stabilire equi rapporti sociali nelle aree agricole. Oggi si utilizza una formula più moderna e si parla di "uso sostenibile" della terra. Ciò significa che la terra, in via generale, non può essere sottratta agli agricoltori e destinata a finalità diverse da quelle produttive concentrandola nelle mani di pochi soggetti (v. land grabbing ). Ma significa anche che la terra è e rimane una risorsa naturale indispensabile per soddisfare i bisogni alimentari e di salubrità delle persone anche attraverso il ricorso a modelli produttivi alternativi a quelli finora praticati, come l’agricoltura ecologica, e compatibili con l’ambiente, il territorio e la biodiversità.

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  • Lorenza Paoloni, 2011. "L’uso sostenibile della terra," AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2011(2), pages 123-132.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:aimaim:v:html10.3280/aim2011-002010
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    1. Gian Paolo Cesaretti & Maria Carmen de Angelis & Rosa Misso & Aquilina Olleia & Hanna Safwat H. Shakir, 2015. "Towards a Universal Right to Well-being Sustainability," RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA', FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2015(1), pages 9-26.

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