Chapter 30: Opportunities and challenges for a healthy standing forest and flowing rivers bioeconomy in the Amazon [chapter]

Ricardo Abramovay, Joice Ferreira, Francisco de Assis Costa, Marco Ehrlich, Ana Margarida Castro Euler, Carlos Eduardo F Young, David Kaimowitz, Paulo Moutinho, Ismael Nobre, Herve Rogez, Eduardo Roxo, Tatiana Schor (+1 others)
2021 Amazon Assessment Report 2021  
This chapter highlights the paradox between the Amazon's extraordinary socio-biodiversity and its distance from the scientific, technological, and market frontier of the contemporary bioeconomy. It discusses the current socioeconomic structures available in the region, as well as challenges and pathways for a transition to a socially-fair and sustainable bioeconomy.
doi:10.55161/ughk1968 fatcat:ych2futjangxpmrm52curisdtq