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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Socio-institutional requirements for the conformation of sustainable productive spaces|
|Abstract:||The establishment of sustainable productive spaces is possible when starting from an effective integration of the social and institutional components of the productive activity, which requires an ample articulation of actions by different actors connected with such activity. A brief description is presented of the fundamental characteristics of the socio-institutional learning of environmental aspects in developed countries, and some considerations are made about the industrialization process and environmental learning in Venezuela. The process of industrial. de-concentration of the Caracas metropolitan area is described, as also is the conformation of the urban-industrial axis of Tejerias-Puerto Cabello, which implied the installation of a multi-sector industrial, park of high environmental impact within the most important endorheic basin of Venezuela, the Lake of Valencia. The fragility of the socio-institutional framework of the productive activity is emphasized, in particular the weakness of official agencies to enforce regulations. This weakness has led to serious environmental consequences, there being at present non-sustainable productive areas in various parts of the country.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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