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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2012.tde-27092012-113608
Document
Author
Full name
Luciana Aparecida Iotti Ziglio
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Ribeiro, Wagner Costa (President)
Besen, Gina Rizpah
Francesconi, Lea
Martin, Andre Roberto
Santos, Maria Cecilia Loschiavo dos
Title in Portuguese
Redes socioambientais e a cooperação internacional: GARSD
Keywords in Portuguese
Cooperação internacional
GARSD
Organizações não governamentais socioambientais
Redes
Resíduos
Abstract in Portuguese
Redes Socioambientais e a Cooperação Internacional: GARSD apresenta a nova modalidade de organizações não governamentais: redes socioambientais internacionais. Os conceitos de redes, socioambientalismo e cooperação internacional caracterizam esta nova modalidade de organização, bem como, o objeto de estudo escolhido para delimitar com clareza este ator: Global Alliance for Recycling and Sustainable Development (GARSD). A sociedade contemporânea capitalista estabelece padrões de consumo associados ao uso intensivo dos recursos naturais e, que consequentemente, aumentam a quantidade de resíduos. Deste modo, sociedade de consumo torna-se sinônimo da sociedade de resíduos. O estudo de caso (GARSD), rede socioambiental internacional cuja missão é a gestão dos resíduos sólidos urbanos na escala internacional, traduz-se em novas possibilidades de arranjos internacionais na perspectiva das relações internacionais. Para a ciência geográfica abre a possibilidade para uma releitura das questões relacionadas ao conceito de rede. A afirmativa também é válida para a questão ambiental, pois evidencia que a geração e a gestão de resíduos é um problema a ser discutido em escalas do local ao global entrelaçado ao desenvolvimento sustentável e a dinâmica da sociedade de consumo capitalista.
Title in English
Socioenvironmental Networks and International Cooperation: GARSD
Keywords in English
GARSD
International cooperation
Networks
Nongovernmental socioenvironmental organizations
Residues
Abstract in English
Socioenvironmental Networks and International Cooperation: GARSD demonstrates new modality nongovernmental organizations: international socioenvironmental networks. The issues networks, socioenvironmental and international cooperation improve this new modality, as well as, studies object in this thesis: Global Alliance for Recycling and Sustainable Development (GARSD). The capitalist contemporary society establishes consumption standards associates to the powerful use of natural resources and, consequently, increase the quantities of waste. This way, consumption society is synonymous to a waste society. The studie case (GARSD), socioenvironmental network whose the mission is the urban waste management in international scale, it is expressed, and new possibilities of international arrangements to international relationships. To geographic science, it opens the possibility of rewriting those issues about networks. The affirmative is also valid to environmental issues, therefore it shows that generation and management of waste is a problem which will be discussed in local and global scales associated to the sustainable development and the dynamic of a capitalist consumption society.
 
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2012-09-27
 
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