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RPPNs Bibliografias


Este REPOSITÓRIO é um dos produtos da pesquisa intitulada OBJETIVOS DE DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTÁVEL (ODS) DA AGENDA 2030 E RESERVAS PARTICULARES DO PATRIMÔNIO NATURAL (RPPNs), desenvolvida no período de 2019 a 2022, com o apoio CAPES 

No âmbito das RPPNs o repositório representa um importante instrumento que pode contribuir para difundir bibliografias, terminologia, nomes e conceitos tendo como base a pesquisa e desenvolvimento científico sobre o tema. 

Trata-se de organizar as informações podendo então classificar a produção e recuperar a informação das RPPNs

Assim convidamos os pesquisadores, profissionais, alunos de graduação e pós-graduação a utilizarem este REPOSITÓRIO.

 


Links de Pesquisa Bibliográficas sobre RPPNs 

Conservation Units and Sustainable Development Goals: An Examination of the Private Natural Heritage Dona Benta e Seu Caboclo in Brazil Abstract The 2030 Agenda is a global action plan presented by the United Nations (UN) that establishes Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs. Conservation Units (UC) are an important element of the strategy towards nature conservation. Starting from a local approach to critically analyze these issues of global relevance, the focus of the investigation is the Dona Benta e Seu Caboclo Natural Heritage, a private conservation unit located in the municipality of Pirambu in the state of Sergipe and the community surrounding the Lagoa Redonda settlement. The study aimed to analyze the perception of the owner and the community regarding the environment, RPPN, and SDGs in order to build a critical approach to the issues that interconnect nature conservation and sustainable development. The methodology is based on the interview with the owner and a focus group with the community, carried out between January and March 2020. Following these interviews, it was ascertained that there is a divergence in how public and private lands are understood by locals: Private lands are exclusively associated with production, whilst public land is associated with conservation. Community representatives do not recognize RPPN as a conservation area, with those associated objectives. Yet, debates on the environment and sustainable development intertwined with nature conservation are recognized by everyone as a priority. In the end, it is possible to recognize the importance of strengthening a space for coexistence between the local population and the RPPN in order to implement common and transformative actions in favor of conservation, and sustainable development. Keywords: conservation units, sustainable development goals, territories environment

Ayala, L. (2010). RPPN Mata Atlântica: Empresas aliadas da natureza: as reservas particulares como estratégia ambiental corporativa. Conservação Internacional, SOS Mata Atlântica e The Nature Conservancy.

Alderman, C.L. (1994). The economics and the role of privately-owned lands used for nature tourism, education and conservation. In Munasinghe, M. & McNeely, J. (Eds.), Protected areas, economic and policy: linking conservation and sustainable development (pp. 273-317) World Bank/IUCN.

Bingham, H., Fitzsimons, J.A., Redford, K.H., Mitchell, B.A., Bezaury-Creel, J. & Cumming, T.L. (2017). Privately protected areas: advances and challenges in guidance, policy and documentation. Parks 23, 13–28. https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2017.PARKS-23-1HB.en

Brasil. Ministério do Meio Ambiente. Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade. (2020) Perguntas e Respostas sobre RPPN. Retrieved August 26, 2020 from https://www.gov.br/icmbio/pt-br/servicos/crie-sua-reserva/perguntas-e-respostas-sobre-rppn.

Coelho S.S. (2014). A utilização do pagamento por serviços ambientais nas reservas particulares do patrimônio natural do Estado de São Paulo. Revista JurisFIB, 5 (5), 163-191. https://revistas.fibbauru.br/jurisfib/article/view/187/170

Corrêa, T.C.V., Mendes, L.M., Barbosa, K.J.V.M. & Melo, F.R. (2021). Medium and large-sized mammals in Private Natural Heritage Reserves in the Quadrilátero Ferrífero of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Neotropical Biology and Conservation, 16 (2): 383-396. https://doi.org/10.3897/neotropical.16.e62189

Fink, D., Brandt, C.S., Rupp, A.E. & Zimmermann, C.E. (2012). Comunidade de corujas (Aves: Strigiformes) na RPPN Bugerkopf, Blumenau, Santa Catarina. Biotemas, 25 (2), 75-80. https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7925.2012v25n2p75

Gallo, J.A., Pasquini, L., Reyers, B. & Cowling, R.M. (2009). The role of private conservation areas in biodiversity representation and target achievement within the Little Karoo region, South Africa. Biological Conservation, 142 (2), 446–454. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2008.10.025

Gatti, A., Ferreira, P.M., Cunha, C.J., Seibert, J.B. & Moreira, D.O. (2017). Medium and large-bodied mammals of the Private Reserve of Natural Heritage Recanto das Antas, in Espírito Santo, Brazil. Ecologia Australis, 21 (2), 171-181. https://doi.org/10.4257/oeco.2017.2102.07

Langholz, J.A. (2010). Global trends in private protected areas and their implications for the Northern Great Plains. Great Plains Research, 20, 9–16. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23782171

Langholz, J.A. & Krug, W. (2004). New forms of biodiversity governance: non‐state actors and the private protected area action plan. Journal of International Wildflife Law & Policy, 7 (1), 9‐29. https://doi.org/10.1080/13880290490480112

Langholz, J.A. & Lassoie, J.P. (2001). Perils and Promise of Privately Owned Protected Areas: This article reviews the current state of knowledge regarding privately owned parks worldwide, emphasizing their current status, various types, and principal strengths and weaknesses. BioScience, 51 (12), 1079-1085. https://doi.org/10.1641/0006-3568(2001)051[1079:PAPOPO]2.0.CO;2

Langholz, J.A., Lassoie, J.P. & Schelhas, J. (2000). Incentives for Biological Conservation: Costa Ricas Private Wildlife Refuge Program. Conservation Biology, 14 (6), 1735‐1743. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2000.99049.x

Levy, D.U. (2004). Como originar e operar um programa bem-sucedido de apoio às RPPN. In Castro, R. & Borges, M. (Orgs). Conservação em terras privadas: desafios para a sustentabilidade. (pp. 79-90). Edições CNRPPN.

Lima, P.C.A. & Franco, J.L.A. (2014). As RPPNs como estratégia para a conservação da biodiversidade: O caso da chapada dos veadeiros. Sociedade & Natureza, 26, 113-125. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-451320140108

Lucena, M.M.A. & Freire, E.M.X. (2011). Percepção ambiental sobre uma Reserva Particular do Patrimônio Natural (RPPN), pela Comunidade Rural do Entorno, semiárido brasileiro. Educação Ambiental em Ação, 35 (10), 991. http://www.revistaea.org/artigo.php?idartigo=991

MEA. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. (2005). Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Synthesis. Island Press.

Mitchell, B.A., Stolton, S., Bezaury-Creel, J., Bingham, H.C., Cumming, T.L., Dudley, N., Fitzsimons, J.A., Malleret-King, D., Redford, K.H. & Solano, P. (2018). Guidelines for privately protected areas. Best Practice Protected Area. Guidelines Series, 29. 1-116. https://portals.iucn.org/library/sites/library/files/documents/PAG-029-En.pdf

Mittermeier, R.A., Fonseca, G.A.B., Rylands, A.B. & Brandon, K. (2005). A brief history of biodiversity conservation in Brazil. Conservation Biology, 19, 601–607. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2005.00709.x.

Newsome, D. & Hughes, M. (2017). The contemporary conservation reserve visitor phenomenon! Biodiversity and Conservation, 27: 521–529. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-017-1435-4.

Pegas, F.V. & Castley, J.G. (2016). Private reserves in Brazil: Distribution patterns, logistical challenges, and conservation contributions. Journal for Nature Conservation, 29, 14–24. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2015.09.007

Pellin, A. & Ranieri, V.E.L. (2009). Motivações para o estabelecimento de RPPNs e análise dos incentivos para sua criação e gestão no Mato Grosso do Sul. Natureza & Conservação, 7 (2), 72-81.

Pellin, A. & Ranieri, V.E.L. (2016). Voluntary preservation on private land in Brazil: characterisation and assessment of the effectiveness of managing Private Reserves of Natural Heritage. Brazilian Geographical Journal: Geosciences and Humanities Research Medium, 7 (1), 33-526. https://seer.ufu.br/index.php/braziliangeojournal/article/view/30089

Rylands, A.B. & Brandn, K. (2005). Brazilian protected areas. Conservation Biology, 19 (3), 612-618. https://doi.org /10.1111/j.1523-1739.2005.00711.x.

Sarmento, V.L.G. & Fernandes, D.R. (2013). RPPN: a proteção ambiental pela iniciativa privada. Juris Rationis, 6 (1), 95-101. https://repositorio.unp.br/index.php/juris/article/view/260

Schiavetti, A.; Oliveira, H.T.; Lins, A.S. & Santos, P.S. (2010) Analysis of Private Natural Heritage Reserves as a conservation strategy for the biodiversity of the Cocoa Region of the Southern of Bahia, Brazil. Revista Árvore, 34 (4), 691-698. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0100-67622010000400015.

Silva, J.I.A.O. (2017). Desenvolvimento e meio ambiente no semiárido: contradições do modelo de conservação das Reservas Particulares do Patrimônio Natural (RPPNs) na Caatinga. Revista Sociedade e Estado, 32 (2): 313-345. https://doi.org/10.1590/s0102-69922017.3202003

Silveira, L.B. (2010). Entre donos e guardiões: a natureza como propriedade particular. Religião & Sociedade, 30 (2), 122-144. 2010. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0100-85872010000200007

Simão, I. & Freitas, M.J.C.C. (2018). As motivações dos proprietários de terras para a criação das Reservas Particulares do Patrimônio Natural federais do estado de Santa Catarina, Brasil. Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, 45, 231-257. https://doi.org/10.5380/dma.v45i0.56264.

Watson, J.E.M., Jones, K.R., Fuller, R.A., Di Marco, M., Segan, D.B., Butchart, S.H.M., Allan, J.R., McDonald-Madden, E. & Venter, O. (2016). Persistent disparities between recent rates of habitat conversion and protection and implications for future global conservation targets. Conservation Letters, 9 (6), 413–42. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/conl.12295

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