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El uso de indicadores en la evaluación de sistemas agrícolas con un enfoque agroecológico: el caso de los viñateros de berisso, argentina

12 Nov 2006-Vol. 1, Iss: 1

AbstractEl logro de un desarrollo sustentable requiere de sistemas agricolas sustentables, para lo cual, son necesarios mecanismos de evaluacion en tal sentido. Se analiza el uso de indicadores como herramienta para evaluar la sustentabilidad ecologica, aplicado dentro de un marco metodologico con enfoque agroecologico, y utilizado en los sistemas agricolas de vid en Berisso, Argentina. Palabras clave: agroecologia, agricultura sustentable, indicadores, sustentabilidad.

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13 Aug 2018
Abstract: The work compares three methodological proposals of agroecosystems evaluation in terms of sustainability which seek to overcome the reductionism of classical onesproposed by economic discipline. A bibliographic review was made in the main search engines, identifying three methodological proposals widely spread (Methodology for the Evaluation of Management Systems incorporating Sustainability Indicators: MESMIS, Rapid Agroecological System for the Evaluation of Soil Quality and Crop Health: SARSyC and Agroecosystem Assessment Through EAMIS Sustainability Indicators: EAMIS), developed in Latin America and the exploration was complemented by the search of representative articles of them. The proposals with their respective application cases were evaluated using temporal, scalar, conceptual criteria, etc. and similarities and differences were identified in them. We conclude that although the similarities between the proposals predominate, the conceptual approach and participation are elements of strong distinction between the MESMIS and the other proposals. On the other hand, SARSyC is distinguished by addressing only environmental aspects of agroecosystems.

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13 Aug 2018
Abstract: The work compares three methodological proposals of agroecosystems evaluation in terms of sustainability which seek to overcome the reductionism of classical ones proposed by economic discipline. A bibliographic review was made in the main search engines, identifying three methodological proposals widely spread (Methodology for the Evaluation of Management Systems incorporating Sustainability Indicators: MESMIS, Rapid Agroecological System for the Evaluation of Soil Quality and Crop Health: SARSyC and Agroecosystem Assessment Through EAMIS Sustainability Indicators: EAMIS), developed in Latin America and the exploration was complemented by the search of representative articles of them. The proposals with their respective application cases were evaluated using temporal, scalar, conceptual criteria, etc. and similarities and differences were identified in them. We conclude that although the similarities between the proposals predominate, the conceptual approach and participation are elements of strong distinction between the MESMIS and the other proposals. On the other hand, SARSyC is distinguished by addressing only environmental aspects of agroecosystems.

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13 Aug 2018
Abstract: The work compares three methodological proposals of agroecosystems evaluation in terms of sustainability which seek to overcome the reductionism of classical onesproposed by economic discipline. A bibliographic review was made in the main search engines, identifying three methodological proposals widely spread (Methodology for the Evaluation of Management Systems incorporating Sustainability Indicators: MESMIS, Rapid Agroecological System for the Evaluation of Soil Quality and Crop Health: SARSyC and Agroecosystem Assessment Through EAMIS Sustainability Indicators: EAMIS), developed in Latin America and the exploration was complemented by the search of representative articles of them. The proposals with their respective application cases were evaluated using temporal, scalar, conceptual criteria, etc. and similarities and differences were identified in them. We conclude that although the similarities between the proposals predominate, the conceptual approach and participation are elements of strong distinction between the MESMIS and the other proposals. On the other hand, SARSyC is distinguished by addressing only environmental aspects of agroecosystems.

1 citations


13 Aug 2018
Abstract: The work compares three methodological proposals of agroecosystems evaluation in terms of sustainability which seek to overcome the reductionism of classical ones proposed by economic discipline. A bibliographic review was made in the main search engines, identifying three methodological proposals widely spread (Methodology for the Evaluation of Management Systems incorporating Sustainability Indicators: MESMIS, Rapid Agroecological System for the Evaluation of Soil Quality and Crop Health: SARSyC and Agroecosystem Assessment Through EAMIS Sustainability Indicators: EAMIS), developed in Latin America and the exploration was complemented by the search of representative articles of them. The proposals with their respective application cases were evaluated using temporal, scalar, conceptual criteria, etc. and similarities and differences were identified in them. We conclude that although the similarities between the proposals predominate, the conceptual approach and participation are elements of strong distinction between the MESMIS and the other proposals. On the other hand, SARSyC is distinguished by addressing only environmental aspects of agroecosystems.

1 citations