Meirelles Son

Essassociedades massificadas occupies, mainly, the urban centers of grandescidades entrecortadas for acute partner-economic and ambient contradictions, making pressure> diuturna on the existing natural resources in regions ondea majority of the countries is extremely poor or, when very, of economiaemergente (MEIRELLES SON, 2006). Material and cultural Asatisfao of these urban societies massificadascondiciona all an equally massiva production of agricultural goods, cattle eextrativistas. But not only the consumerism, increases Meirelles Son (2006), is something with that the ambient analysts must sepreocupar. It also points other aspects, even so not with the same level deimportncia. It designates conformismode many social sectors (despite said progressive and detainers, as defato is, of relatively privileged information, as it is the case university depesquisadores, of public agencies and ONG' s) and impunity, both concurring, together with the consumerism, to aggravate the social and ambient picture reveladordaquilo that it classifies of caosamaznico (MEIRELLES SON, 2006). MeirellesFilho (2006) understands for Amazonian chaos a process that if translates recrudescimentodas social, economic contradictions, emmeados installed cultural politics and of century XX. One is about a synthesis of what, in the terms of this author, as' ' eleven crossbows of the Apocalipse' ' they have made in the region. In accordance with suaclassificao, the apocalyptic crossbows, gifts in the region, would be: i) the cattle extensive bovine; II) asoja; III) the vegetal coal; IV) the predatory lumber exploration; v) omodelo agrarian historically adopted in the country; vi) drug trafficking and guerrilla; vii) fauno-florstico traffic, that is, the biogrilagem; viii) the predatory hunting; ix) the great workmanships (hydroelectric plants, mineralgicas, roads etc.); x I pan) it; xi fishes) it predatory (MEIRELLESFILHO, 2006). Importadiscorrer, briefly, here, on the first one of these item, if compreenderoutro ambient problematic aspect of the Amazonian one treated by Meirelles Son (2006). The author, to this respect, if reports to the historical conditions under asquais if it consolidated and if it generalized the cattle breeding business in the country.

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