Bolivia, traditionally known for being a country rich in natural resources, has suffered from a constant exploitation of its natural resources benefiting only small groups in and outside the country. The devastation of natural resources that occurred for many years was of concern to the latest government, rural communities and indigenous groups. As a result, Bolivia has a more sustainability-oriented forest law that has a strong orientation towards the utilization of natural resources at a national level and encompasses a fast-growing forestry industry than in previous years.other hand, has been used to measure environmental sustainability of other natural resource sectors (Martin and ... In order to do that, our purpose is to answer three questions: - How much better is certified forestry for the foresta#39;s ecosystem?
|Title||:||An Ecological Perspective of the Energy Basis of Sustainable Bolivian Natural Resources: Forests and Natural Gas|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|