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Este artículo se encentra sobre una de las posibles soluciones al problema: ¿cómo podemos limitar el impacto humano en el planeta Tierra, teniendo en cuenta las necesidades de los grupos mas pobres y marginados? La propuesta examinada —los Pagos por
Servicios Ecosistèmicos— pertenece al marco de los aproches de desarrollo sostenible que se mueven en el marco de los mecanismos de mercado y de las acciones de arriba hacia abajo. Precisamente la confianza en lo mecanismos de mercado será objeto de critica, poniendo en cuestión su aptitud a la regulación de las acciones de conservación del medio ambiente y a la interaccione que estas tienen con les comunidades locales.

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