Necessity of Productive Association with Technological Innovations for Sustainability of Extractive Reserves in the Amazon
Josimar S. Freitas,
Alfredo K. O. Homma,
Milton C. Farias Filho,
José Francisco C. Ferreira,
Milton A. P. Mariani,
Maria C. A. Rabelo,
José Júlio C. N. Araújo and
Kennedy M. Santos
Journal of Management and Sustainability, 2022, vol. 12, issue 1, 83
The first extractive reserves (RESEXs) have completed 32 years of foundation and still encounter environmental and socioeconomic problems. Hence, this study aims to evaluate whether integrating technologies to the productive activities of extractivism, agriculture, and animal husbandry improves the lives of local communities and reduces environmental resource impact. The study employs the association method because more than two variables in the set of environmental, economic, social, and institutional groups manifested a relationship of dependence. Hence, we conclude that the most suitable strategy associates plant extraction, agriculture, and animal husbandry with technological innovations indicated for this model.
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