BIODIVERSITY IN IBERO AMERICAN COUNTRIES: OVERVIEW ABOUT THE NATURAL AND SOCIAL

Tatiana Almendra Dutra, Marcos Ferreira, Fábia de Mattos Spadoto, Arnoldo Jose de Hoyos Guevara

Abstract


Authors such as Brown (2009) and Sachs (2010) have been discussing the importance of biodiversity and the need to build a harmonious relationship between social capital, natural and economic. Thus, the aim of this study is to make an analysis of the Ibero-American region (AIBER), in which concentrate the greatest biodiversity on the planet. The 21 countries of the Ibero-American region were grouped using an analysis of variables with high explanatory power by principal component analysis. We conclude that there is an imbalance between the variables, noting a preponderance of the capital to the detriment of natural capita

Keywords


Biodiversity, Social, Ibero-American.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24212/2179-3565.2019v10i1p75-85

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