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Nueva ruralidad comunitaria y sustentabilidad: contribuciones al campo emergente de la economía-ecológica

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  • Mario E. Fuente Carrasco

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La perspectiva ética (ecojusticia, justicia distributiva) es una vertiente en exploración en el proceso de la emergencia de la economía ecológica como campo diferenciado de la racionalidad económica ortodoxa; sobre todo para la significación de la sustentabilidad en el contexto socioambiental latinoamericano. La interacción desarrollada con diferentes grupos de trabajo en comunidades rurales de los estados mexicanos de Oaxaca y Michoacán (inmersos en procesos de una nueva ruralidad comunitaria), ofrecen referentes empíricos y analíticos en esta tarea. Estas praxis campesinas despliegan heterogéneos procesos de apropiación social de la naturaleza caracterizada por procurar una mayor articulación entre la responsabilidad social y la ambiental. De ahí la posibilidad de favorecer un diálogo de saberes como propuesta metodológica en la formulación de estrategias alternativas para la gestión sustentable de recursos. Este conjunto de estrategias se expresan a través de un modelo analítico.

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  • Mario E. Fuente Carrasco, 2009. "Nueva ruralidad comunitaria y sustentabilidad: contribuciones al campo emergente de la economía-ecológica," Revista Iberoamericana de Economía Ecológica, Red Iberoamericana de Economía Ecológica, vol. 13, pages 41-55, Diciembre.
  • Handle: RePEc:rib:revibe:rev13_04
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