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Elaboración de una Evaluación Integral de Sostenibilidad (EIS) para Colombia

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  • Helena García Romero

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  • Adriana Hernández Ortiz

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Este cuaderno presenta los resultados del estudio "Elaboración de una Evaluación Integral de Sostenibilidad (EIS) para Colombia", realizado con el apoyo de la Fundación Konrad Adenauer. El estudio analiza cuáles son las perspectivas para una estrategia de crecimiento verde en el país a partir de tres dimensiones: la existencia de un plan de crecimiento verde, la capacidad institucional para llevarlo a cabo, y la relevancia que tiene el tema en la sociedad. Colombia se encuentra en un momento muy relevante para definir cómo será su estrategia de crecimiento hacia el futuro. Es necesario tomar acciones que aseguren un crecimiento sostenible y equitativo y que no ponga en riesgo los logros alcanzados ni el bienestar de las generaciones futuras.Con esta finalidad se analizan el Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2010-2014 y las locomotoras de crecimiento para ver qué tanto se acercan a una estrategia de crecimiento verde; se revisa la institucionalidad ambiental vigente y su relación con la institucionalidad económica; y se estudian las opiniones sobre medio ambiente y crecimiento económico de los colombianos captadas en Latinobarómetro. Se encuentra que a pesar de la creciente importancia que se le da al tema en la sociedad y en el discurso público, no podemos hablar hoy de una estrategia de crecimiento verde en Colombia: en parte porque los planes de desarrollo existentes no se apegan del todo al crecimiento verde, y en parte porque hace falta mayor fortaleza institucional.

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  • Helena García Romero & Adriana Hernández Ortiz, 2012. "Elaboración de una Evaluación Integral de Sostenibilidad (EIS) para Colombia," CUADERNOS DE FEDESARROLLO 009897, FEDESARROLLO.
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    Medio ambiente; Crecimiento económico; Desarrollo Sostenible.;

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    • Q01 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - General - - - Sustainable Development

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