Regional Heterogeneities and their Potentials for Regional Planning: The case of Vale do Rio Pardo Territory

( Vol-6,Issue-12,December 2019 ) OPEN ACCESS

Taciane Lais da Silva, Osvaldo Daniel dos Santos Pinheiro, Natacha Souza John, José Antônio K. Schmitz


Territorial development; social actors; planning.


The regions are composed of immense diversity and potentialities. Therefore, the territorial cut, adopted in Brazil only in 2003, was an important delimitation for discussion and construction of public policies. The Vale do Rio Pardo Rural Territory (TRVRP) has a peculiar history in relation to its demand to be recognized and become a member of PRONAT. This article aims to analyze the strategy adopted by NEDET with the Territorial Collegiate to carry out the process of planning regional actions in the TRVRP. The process of elaborating the plan provided several stages of discussion, through participatory methodologies, so that the actors formulated proposals to reach the rural development of the Territory. It is concluded that the most coherent way of maintaining the articulation of territorialized public policies and mobilized social actors is to maintain the advisory services to the Collegiate and maintain PRONAT

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