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No. Registro   002965574
Tipo de material   ARTIGO DE PERIODICO - INTERNACIONAL
Cód. publicação   Link10.1016/j.pecon.2019.07.002 DOI
Entrada Principal   LinkMetzger, Jean Paul https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0087-5240
Título   LinkWhy Brazil needs its legal reserves.
Imprenta   Amsterdam, 2019.
Descrição   p. 91-103.
Idioma   Inglês
Nota   Disponível em: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pecon.2019.07.002. Acesso em: 06.07.2021
Ag de Financiamento   Financiamento ABECO 305484/2017-6 307768/2017-1 307788/2017-2 423358/2016-9 307689/2014-0 308778/2017-0 310345/2018-9
  Financiamento CNPq 2013/50718-5 2017/11666-0 2018/23364-1 441659/2016-0 441570/2016-0 441280 /2017-0
  Financiamento FAPESP 441659/2016-0 441570/2016-0
  Financiamento FAPEMIG
  Financiamento DFG 152112243.2017/11666-0 2018/23364-1
Assunto   LinkBIODIVERSIDADE
  LinkLEGISLAÇÃO AMBIENTAL
  LinkRESERVA LEGAL
  LinkSERVIÇOS AMBIENTAIS
  LinkSUSTENTABILIDADE
Autor Secundário   LinkBustamante, Mercedes M. C (*) NAC Department of Ecology. Institute of Biological Sciences. University of Brasília. Brasília, DF Brasil
  LinkFerreira, Joice (*) NAC Embrapa Amazônia Oriental. Belém, PA Brasil
  LinkFernandes, Geraldo Wilson (*) NAC Departamento de Biologia Geral. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Belo Horizonte, MG Brasil
  LinkLibrán-Embid, Felipe (*) INT BrazileAgroecology. Department of Crop Sciences. Georg-August University. Göttingen Alemanha
  LinkPillar, Valério D (*) NAC Department of Ecology. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre, RS Brasil
  LinkPrist, Paula Ribeiro https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2809-0434
  LinkRodrigues, Ricardo Ribeiro https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4818-0736
  LinkVieira, Ima Célia G (*) NAC Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi (MPEG/MCTIC). Belém, PA Brasil
  LinkOverbeck, Gerhard E (*) NAC Department of Botany. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre, RS Brasil
Fonte   LinkIn: Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Amsterdam, v. 17, n. 3, p. 91-103, 2019, ISSN: 2530-0644
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Resumo/Outros   tBrazil’s environmental legislation obliges private properties to retain a fixed proportion of their total areawith native vegetation, the so-called “Legal Reserves”. Those areas represent practically one third of thecountry’s native vegetation and are well known for their role in biodiversity protection and in the pro-visioning of a wide range of ecosystem services for landowners and society. Despite their relevance, thisinstrument has been criticized by part of the agribusiness sector and its representatives in the BrazilianCongress. The Legal Reserve requirement is said to be too restrictive and to impede the full expansion ofagricultural activities, and thus to be detrimental for the development of the country. Here, we criticallyanalyze the arguments employed in the justification of a recently proposed bill that aims to completelyextinguish Legal Reserves. We demonstrate that the arguments used are mostly unsupported by data,evidence or theory, besides being based on illogical reasoning. Further, we synthesize the principal ben-efits of Legal Reserves, including health and economic benefits, and emphasize the importance of thesereserves for water, energy, food, and climate securities, in addition to their primary function of assistingin the maintenance of biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. We also highlight that Legal Reserves are akey-component for effective and less expensive nature-based solutions, and thus should be consideredas assets for the development of Brazil rather than liabilities. Based on available sound scientific evi-dence and agreement on their relevance, we strongly oppose any attempt to extinguish or weaken the maintenance of Brazil’s Legal Reserves
 
Unidade USP   IB -- INSTITUTO DE BIOCIÊNCIAS
  ESALQ -- ESCOLA SUPERIOR DE AGRICULTURA "LUIZ DE QUEIROZ"
Unidade USP (Pós-G   IB -- INSTITUTO DE BIOCIÊNCIAS

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