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Ordenamento Territorial Do Alto Acre

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  • Siviero, Amauri
  • Bayma, Marcio Muniz Albano
  • Medeiros, Magaly F.S.T.

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A implantação do ordenamento territorial do Alto Acre é etapa fundamental para o planejamento da ocupação dos espaços e direcionamento de atividades em busca do desenvolvimento regional. Este trabalho teve como objetivo criar um referencial teórico para a implantação do ordenamento territorial da região do Alto Acre. A organização deste trabalho foi dividida em duas partes: a primeira tratou da contextualização jurídico-institucional do ordenamento territorial da Amazônia, sua interface com zoneamento econômico-ecológico em construção no Sudeste da Amazônia, considerando a região do Alto Acre. A segunda parte procurou detalhar as principais atividades desenvolvidas na área de estudo como: caracterização da região em estudo, instituições, diagnósticos de conflitos, cenários, escolha da área matriz e estratégias de implantação do ordenamento territorial. O território do Alto Acre é pouco habitado, caracterizado por atividades do setor primário como extrativismo, agricultura familiar e pecuária extensiva; baixo grau de industrialização e serviços, no entanto, apresenta diversos problemas sócio-econômicos e ambientais. A região deve receber expressiva carga de impactos, pois, será nos próximos anos o corredor de exportação ligando o Brasil ao Pacífico, logo, requerendo adoção imediata de medidas de planejamento e ordenamento territorial. ------------------------------------------The implantation of the territorial order of the high Acre basin is basic stage for the planning of the occupation of the spaces and aiming of activities in search of the regional development. This work had as objective to create a theoretical referential for the implantation of the territorial order of the region of the high Acre basin. The organization of this work was divided in two parts: the first one dealt with the legal-institucional contextualization of the territorial order of the Amazon, its interface with economic-ecological zoning in construction in the Southeast of the Amazon, considering the region of the High Acre. The second part looked for to detail the main activities developed in the study area as: characterization of the region in study, institutions, diagnostic of conflicts, scenes, choice of the first area and strategies of implantation of the territorial order. The territory of the High Acre little is inhabited, characterized for activities of the primary sector as extrativism, familiar agriculture and extensive cattle; low degree of industrialization and services, however, presents diverse partner-economic and ambient problems. The region must receive expressive load from impacts, therefore, will be in the next years the exportation corridor binding Brazil to the Pacific, then, requiring immediate adoption of measures of planning and territorial order.

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  • Siviero, Amauri & Bayma, Marcio Muniz Albano & Medeiros, Magaly F.S.T., 2008. "Ordenamento Territorial Do Alto Acre," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 112700, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:112700
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