By Diego A. Vazquez-Brust, José A. Plaza-Úbeda, Jerónimo de Burgos-Jiménez, Claudia E. Natenzon
Based on designated examine funded throughout continents and related to universities in Argentina, Spain and the united kingdom, this e-book units out an leading edge, multidisciplinary method of assessing either environmental and social dangers in a given territorial region. utilizing info from a few Ibero-American international locations, the learn combines environmental, socio-economic and geographic components to build a collection of spatial and technical symptoms that degree the social vulnerability and commercial hazardousness of an outlined sector. Aggregating those signs in a geographic details method (GIS) permits researchers to evaluate the capability probability to which a definite quarter and its inhabitants are topic end result of the environmental deterioration as a result of co-located commercial activity.
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Poverty reduction achieved at the expense of environmental deterioration is unsustainable and leads to long term increases in inequality (Hart 1995). On the one hand, when economic growth is achieved at the expense of flexibility in the enforcement of environmental regulations, in ‘dirty’ sectors there is increased risk of environmental contamination and industrial accidents that threaten the health, quality of life and economic standing of the surrounding population. Furthermore, there is actually an increase in the effective poverty of those who have little recourse to protect themselves from environmental diseases, who find that their health can be affected and they can lose the opportunity to work and contribute to sustaining the family nucleus (Gray and Moseley 2005).
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Business and Environmental Risks: Spatial Interactions Between Environmental Hazards and Social Vulnerabilities in Ibero-America by Diego A. Vazquez-Brust, José A. Plaza-Úbeda, Jerónimo de Burgos-Jiménez, Claudia E. Natenzon