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Title: Análise da gestão das unidades de conservação do sistema estadual de áreas protegidas de Minas Gerais
Keywords: Instituto estadual de florestas
Administração pública
Unidades de conservação
Sistemas de parcerias
State institute of forests
Public administration
Units of conservation
Systems of partnerships
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Universidade de Brasília – UnB
Citation: ALVES, R. G. et al. Análise da gestão das unidades de conservação do sistema estadual de áreas protegidas de Minas Gerais. Revista Espaço e Geografia, Brasília, DF, v. 13, n. 1, p. 1-35, 2010.
Abstract: Conservation Units (UC) are especially protected areas for the protection of natural resources. Minas Gerais state shelter various UC created by the various levels of government. This study aimed to identify and discuss aspects of management currently undertaken by the State System of Protected Areas of Minas Gerais (SEAP), as well as its advances, trends and obstacles, especially related to: cycle management and monitoring of results, levels of strategic management and operational; agreement results, the State Program for Results; Deployment System Management of Protected Areas - SIGAP, planning tools, relationship to the community and popular participation, human resources policy, management shared, policy cost and financing activities and bottlenecks of the process of managing the State System of Protected Areas - SEAP. The methodology used was a semi-structured interviews and questionnaires applied to all managers of UC. The results showed that the use of planning tools and management of SEAP were effective in the opinion of managers. However, they were still appointed, as limitations of the efficiency of the management of UC, the lack of infrastructure and human resources. Co-management of UC with partner institutions shows to be appropriate and promising.
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