Título: Gestão de Áreas de Riscos e Desastres Ambientais

- Agradecimentos;

- Prefácio;

- Apresentação;

Risco ambiental à luz dos princípios da precaução e da prevenção – Ivan Fortunato; José Fortunato Neto;

- Identificação de riscos ambientais e proteção da água: uma aproximação necessária – Salvador Carpi Junior;

- Cartografia de síntese de riscos ambientais na bacia hidrográfica do Ribeirão das Anhumas, viagra  Campinas, treatment São Paulo – Ricardo De Sampaio Dagnino; Fernando Marques Baroni; Estéfano Seneme Gobbi; Marcelo Da Silva Gigliotti;

- O uso da cartografia na análise da percepção de riscos de contaminação em áreas de nascentes: o caso do Residencial Tarumã em Maringá, cialis Paraná (PR) – Marilda Aparecida de Oliveira; Deise Regina Elias Queiroz; Manoel Luiz dos Santos;

- A percepção ambiental em planos de emergência: uma proposta para os estudos de sensibilidade ambiental a derrames de óleo – Marcelo Pereira Matos; Solange T. de Lima-Guimarães;

- Percepção e gestão de risco em instalação de repositório de rejeitos nucleares – Afonso Rodrigues de Aquino; Lilian de Oliveira Bueno; Martha Marques Ferreira Vieira; Ivan Pedro Salati de Almeida;

- Desastres ambientais causados por acidentes nucleares: subsídios à gestão de áreas contaminadas – Gerson Antônio Santarine; Adriano Bressane;

- APELL: a preparação da comunidade para emergências ambientais – Antônio Carlos Rossin; Icaro Aronovich da Cunha; Raquel Dalledone Siqueira da Cunha;

- Mudanças ambientais na interface floresta-cidade e riscos associados: uma análise a partir dos sistemas dissipativos – Adriano Severo Figueiró;

- Desafios metodológicos no planejamento ambiental: costa sul do estado da Bahia e Baixada Santista no estado de São Paulo – Regina Célia de Oliveira

- Mapeamento e gestão de riscos de escorregamentos em áreas de assentamentos precários – Leandro Eugenio da Silva Cerri; Fernando Rocha Nogueira

- Princípios básicos para a modelagem de cheias em bacias hidrográficas urbanizadas -
Rodrigo Braga Moruzzi; Cenira Maria Lupinacci da Cunha; Fabiano Tomazini da Conceição;

- Riscos e danos ambientais no contexto da geomorfologia fluvial – Márcio Henrique de Campos Zancopé;

- Los ciclones tropicales y su impacto en la cuenca del Caribe – Maira Celeiro Chaple; José Manuel Mateo Rodríguez;

- Desastres naturais de origem atmosférica e seus impactos em Moçambique – Cleusa Aparecida Gonçalves Pereira Zamparoni; Lucí Hidalgo Nunes

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view Cost-benefit analysis -- the formal estimating and weighing of the costs and benefits of policy alternatives -- is a standard tool for governments in advanced economies. Through decades of research and innovation, institutions have developed in the United States, European Union, and other developed countries that examine and weigh policy alternatives as an aid to governmental decisionmaking. Lawmakers in the advanced economies have used cost-benefit analysis to evaluate core environmental and public health questions, such as urban air pollution control, water quality, and occupational safety. Yet despite its broad adoption in the industrialized world, most developing and emerging countries have not yet incorporated cost-benefit analysis into their policymaking process. Because these countries face significant limitations on financial resources and have less ability to shoulder inefficient rules, it is extremely important for their officials to determine which policies maximize net benefits for their societies. 

The Globalization of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Policy examines how cost-benefit analysis can help developing and emerging countries confront the next generation of environmental and public-health challenges. Analysis in the book examines the growing reach of cost-benefit analysis; presents relevant case studies where cost-benefit analysis has been incorporated in the Americas, Africa, Middle East, and Asia; and includes a discussion on the conceptual and institutional issues that must be addressed when adopting cost-benefit analysis in developing and emerging countries. In part because governments in developing and emerging countries have not extensively used cost-benefit analysis, there has been only limited research and discussion of the practice and its potential. Most work that has been done is on the domestic or regional level, and has not been widely shared or distributed within the international academic or policy community. By providing both theoretical and practical discussion of this important new tool, this book makes a valuable contribution to the fields of environmental policy, development studies, and environmental law.

Features

  • One of the only books on the market that provides a discussion of cost-benefit analysis in developing countries.
  • Offers a cohesive compilation of case-studies that serve to balance out the theory.
  • Includes the contributions of international scholars and leading thinkers in the risk field.

Product Details

352 pages; 24 b/w line6-1/8 x 9-1/4;ISBN13: 978-0-19-993438-6ISBN10: 0-19-993438-X

About the Author(s)

Michael Livermore is Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Integrity, and an Adjunct Professor at NYU School of Law.

Richard Revesz is Dean and Lawrence King Professor of Law at NYU School of Law. He is the author or co-author numerous books, including Environmental Law, the Economy and Sustainable DevelopmentEnvironmental Law and Policy
Together they are the authors of Retaking Rationality: How Cost-Benefit Analysis Can Better Protect the Environment and Our Health.

 

Edited by Joan Martínez-Alier, stuff  Professor of Economics and Economic History, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain and Roldan Muradian, Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program of Economics, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
This Handbook provides an overview of major current debates, trends and perspectives in ecological economics. It covers a wide range of issues, such as the foundations of ecological economics, deliberative methods, the de-growth movement, ecological macroeconomics, social metabolism, environmental governance, consumer studies, knowledge systems and new experimental approaches. Written by leading authors in their respective areas of specialisation, the contributions systematize the “state of the art” in the selected topics, and draw insights about new knowledge frontiers.

1. Taking Stock: The Keystones of Ecological Economics
Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian

2. The Content, Direction and Philosophy of Ecological Economics
Clive Spash

3. Analytical Philosophy and Ecological Economics
John O’Neill and Thomas Uebel

4. Value Deliberation in Ecological Economics
Christos Zografos

5. Social Metabolism: A Metrics for Biophysical Growth and Degrowth
Marina Fischer-Kowalski and Helmut Haberl

6. Macroeconomic Policies and Environmental Sustainability
Alejandro Nadal

7. Modeling a Non-Growing Economy: An Autobiographical Note
Peter Victor

8. Degrowth: Between a Scientific Concept and a Slogan for a Social Movement
P. Petridis, B Muraca and G. Kallis

9. Water: Ecological Economics and Socio-environmental Conflicts
Beatriz Rodríguez-Labajos and Joan Martínez-Alier

10. The Contributions of the Ecosystem Services Paradigm to Sustainability Science, Policy and Practice
Rudolf de Groot and Leon Braat

11. Ecological Economics Perspectives on Ecosystem Services Valuation
Erik Gomez-Baggethun and Berta Martin-Lopez

12. The Values of Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Victoria Reyes

13. From Conventional Economics to Complexity in Social Dilemmas: Lessons from CPR Experiments in the Lab and the Field
Juan Camilo Cardenas

14. Sustainable Consumption – Transitions, Systems and Practices
Inge Røpke

15. Consumers, The Environment, and the New Global Middle Classes
Alejandro Guarín and Imme Scholz

16. Global Environmental Governance
Arild Vatn

17. Economic Instruments in Policy Mixes for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Governance
Irene Ring and David Barton

18. The Rise of PES in Brazil: From Pilot Projects to Public Policies
E. Coudel, J. Ferreira, M. Amazonas, L. Eloy, M. Hercowitz, L. Mattos, P. May, R. Muradian, MG. Piketty and F. Toni.

19. Looking Forward: Current Concerns and the Future of Ecological Economics
Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian

Este livro apresenta os fundamentos da Economia Ecológica tendo como um de seus autores o principal economista ecológico em atividade, Herman Daly. Não tem equivalente no mercado quando se considera a combinação de sua abrangência e profundidade com a clareza didática.

A Parte I é uma introdução ao tema da Economia Ecológica, que não busca apenas explicar como o mundo funciona, mas também propõe mecanismos e instituições que o faça funcionar melhor.

Na Parte II, é investigado o ecossistema global que nos sustenta, fornecendo os recursos que alimentam o processo econômico e os sumidouros onde descartamos os nossos resíduos.