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Adeus Amazônia: Conflitos agrários e socioambientais por trás do desmatamento no sudoeste do Pará.
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This book was written for researchers and managers of socio-environmental conflicts. People who like to study them, or who simply need to do it to perform their job better. Their approaches and methods were thought to be adapted and replicated, aiming at helping to understand and qualify the intervention in other similar situations in Brazil. It aims to be a good case study on the application of methodologies for analysis and management of conflicts involving protected areas. For this, it begins with the presentation of these methodologies, as well as a method of building minimum consensus. In chapter 2, the author presents a historical overview of land use and occupation in southwestern Pará and northern Mato Grosso. In Chapter 4, he describes the main geographical features of the region and a reflection on their influence on the agrarian and socioenvironmental conflicts experienced there. Chapter 4 seeks to problematize the work of large foreign nongovernmental organizations that carry out conservation actions in the Amazon, with a relevant but also contradictory role. In Chapter 5, he uses characters with outstanding performance in deforestation and land thief to reflect on recurring patterns that lie behind the degradation of the Amazon. In Chapter 6, the author describes episodes of conflict management in four federal protected areas in southwestern Pará, highlighting advances and difficulties, to illustrate the complexity of these processes and draw lessons for the continuity of implementation of those areas and other realities scattered throughout the country. In the last chapter, the author reflects on the common challenges to the management of protected areas in the Amazon, such as the lack of land regularization and the difficulty of integrated management with the indigenous lands, besides discussing the present and the future of the management of protected areas in Brazil.
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