'Sí a la vida, al agua y al territorio': Relaciones hidrosociales alternativas en Colombia

Denisse Roca-Servat, Lidy Palacio Ocando

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Resumen

The boom of development policies based on mining extractivism in Latin America is dramatically transforming human-nature relationships. In countries such as Colombia, these structural reforms opened agricultural territories to large-scale mining and energy investments. The area known as the "Middle Cauca Belt" bordering the Cauca River in the southwestern part of the department of Antioquia became a potential extractive space. In light of this situation, peasants and indigenous communities formed the social process "Cinturón Occidental Ambiental" (COA), in order to propose a different relation with nature in their territories. Departing from a political ecology of place perspective, this research uses the ethnographic method to visibilize hydrosocial relations of the COA that are making possible a geographical alternative to the extractivist model.

Título traducido de la contribución'Yes to life, water, and land'. Alternative hidrosocial relations in Colombia
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)117-138
Número de páginas22
PublicaciónEuropean Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
N.º107
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2019
Publicado de forma externa

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Palabras clave

  • Alternatives to development
  • Extractivism
  • Hydrosocial relations
  • Political ecology of place

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