Participatory sustainability assessment for sugarcane expansion in Goiás, Brazil.

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Autoria: COUTINHO, H. L. da C.; TURETTA, A. P. D.; MONTEIRO, J. M. G.; CASTRO, S. S. de; PIETRAFESA, J. P.

Resumo: The sugarcane expansion in Brazil from 1990 to 2015 increased crop area by 135.1%, which represents more than 10 million hectares. Brazilian ethanol production hit a record high in 2015, reaching 30 billion liters, up 6% compared to 2014. In 2009, the Sugarcane Agroecology - ZAE-CANA - was launched to be a guideline to sustainable sugarcane production in Brazil. However, although it aims at sustainable production, it only considered natural aspects of the country, such as soil and climate. It is still necessary to develop instruments for studies on sustainability in all pillars. The aim of this study is to present the results regarding the application of the FoPIA (Framework for Participatory Impact Assessment) methodology in the Southwestern Goiás Planning Region (SGPR). FoPIA is a participatory methodology designed to assess the impacts of land use policies in regional sustainability, and the results showed the capacity of FoPIA to assess the impacts of land use change of the sugarcane expansion in that area. The major advantage of FoPIA is its participatory method feature, as it is possible to join stakeholders to debate and define sustainability guidelines.

Ano de publicação: 2017

Tipo de publicação: Separatas

Unidade: Embrapa Solos

 


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