Vers la bioéconomie : la soutenabilité
Among the outstanding theories of development economics, neoclassical liberalism is the one that integrates in its field the environment of the socio-economic system. Through the economics of natural inheritance, it advocates the monetary valuation of natural goods and services without respect to the mechanisms specific to ecosystems. To react against this approach, the supporters of ecoenergetics set up energy as the unique value unit on the basis of which it is possible to grasp the natural phenomena and to take account of the material-energy-information flux of the Biosystemy. Bioeconomics refuses the reductionism of these two theories in order to point out that the socio-economic systems are living systems included in the Biosystemy. In this way appears the holistic framework of bioeconomics where sustainability passes as a concept concerning the numerous and inseparable dimensions of life. (Full text in French)
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