Editorial: Desarrollo económico y cambio climático, una perspectiva espacial para Latinoamérica

Palabras clave: Editorial, cambio climático

Resumen

El año que cursamos, 2020, sin lugar a dudas y como consecuencia de la pandemia ocasionada por la COVID – 19 se ha tornado complejo, presentando escenarios catastróficos para la mayoría de países en el mundo. Si bien es cierto, en proyección, la sociedad se prepara para enfrentar crisis económicas y sociales quizá, nunca antes vividas; sin embargo, no se puede olvidar que durante los últimos años hemos estado inmersos en crisis progresivas que podrían tener consecuencias aún mayores para todos quienes habitamos el planeta tierra, uno de ellos y no solo a criterio de quien escribe, es el cambio climático, temática que abordaré a manera de reflexión desde una perspectiva espacial para Latinoamerica.

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2020-07-08
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Castells-Quintana, D. (2020). Editorial: Desarrollo económico y cambio climático, una perspectiva espacial para Latinoamérica. Revista Economía Y Política, (32), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.25097/rep.n32.2020.00
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