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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2008.tde-10022009-130818
Document
Author
Full name
Jane Zilda dos Santos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Ribeiro, Wagner Costa (President)
Mello, Nelí Aparecida de
Sanchez, Luis Enrique
Title in Portuguese
Áreas contaminadas e os riscos socioambientais em São Paulo
Keywords in Portuguese
Áreas contaminadas
Políticas públicas ambientais
Riscos ambientais
Abstract in Portuguese
O processo de desenvolvimento industrial que incorporou o conhecimento técnico-científico gerou, sem dúvidas, vários avanços à humanidade; no entanto também acabou por produzir toda uma série de riscos, dentre eles os ambientais, que hoje, afetam diretamente, o próprio homem. A contaminação do solo e das águas subterrâneas vem ampliar a gama destes riscos, em particular nos grandes centros urbanos, onde a indústria se fez presente. A desconcentração industrial expõe mais claramente esta problemática ambiental, na medida em que, frente à demanda existente, muitos terrenos ocupados anteriormente pela atividade fabril, passam a receber novos usos. O propósito deste trabalho será discutir a relação existente entre o desenvolvimento da sociedade industrial e a construção da sociedade contemporânea, também conhecida como sociedade do risco; e a partir daí demonstrar a existência de uma territorialidade do risco em São Paulo proveniente da contaminação do solo e das águas subterrâneas. Será discutido ainda, as políticas públicas ambientais, em particular àquelas voltadas para a gestão das áreas contaminadas em São Paulo.
Title in English
Contaminated sites and socioenvironmental risks in São Paulo
Keywords in English
Contaminated sites
Environmental public policies
Environmental risks
Abstract in English
The process of industrial development, which incorporated the technical-scientific knowledge, generated undoubtedly several advances to the humankind; however, it also ended up producing a series of risks, the environmental ones among them, which affect directly the own man. The soil and groundwater contamination contribute to enlarge the range of these risks, particularly in the great urban centers, where the industry was present. The industrial desconcentration reveals more clearly this environmental issue, as many plots previously occupied by industrial activity begin to receive new uses. The purpose of this work is to show the relationship between the industrial society development and the construction of the contemporary society, also known as risk society, and from this point, to demonstrate the existence of a territoriality of the risk in São Paulo, originating in the soil and groundwater contamination. The environmental public policies will be also discussed, in particular those ones aiming at contaminated sites management in São Paulo.
 
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Publishing Date
2009-02-12
 
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