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Gestion des ressources naturelles et viabilité des exploitations agricoles. Le cas de l'agriculture de dehesa en Andalousie

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  • Anastasia Avilés Benitez

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[eng] ENG: management of natural resources! sustainable agriculture! economics viability! agro-sylvo-pastoral system! multi-variable analysis! [fre] Ce travail s'intéresse à la contradiction supposée entre viabilité économique et gestion des ressources naturelles dans le cas d'une région du sud de l'Espagne, caractérisée par un système agraire à forte valeur environnementale: la dehesa. Cette contradiction aurait été à l'origine, d'une dégradation importante des arbres, ressource naturelle clé dans le fonctionnement écologique et économique de ce système agro-sylvo-pastoral. L'analyse montre que cette contradiction ne présente pas la même envergure dans toutes les exploitations, et qu'un compromis est possible entre des objectifs économiques et environnementaux.

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  • Anastasia Avilés Benitez, 2001. "Gestion des ressources naturelles et viabilité des exploitations agricoles. Le cas de l'agriculture de dehesa en Andalousie," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 263(1), pages 48-62.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_2001_num_263_1_5242
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.2001.5242
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