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Neo-extractivism as a concept was defined in the first decade of 2000 as progressive governments particularly in South America embraced new forms of extraction, particularly as it pertained to minerals, fossil fuels and monoculture agriculture (Gudynas, 2009).
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62 From this point of view, the problems and conflicts that arise from extractivism would be solved with proper “governance” of how natural resources are used.
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Desde esta perspectiva, el neoextractivismo supone una continuidad del modelo de desarrollo económico hegemónico instaurado en los países del Sur en la época colonial.
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Neo-extractivism has thus operated as a private-public mechanism of colonial and neo-colonial appropriation, and it refers to "those activities which remove large quantities of natural resources
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Neo-extractivism “enabled important forms of socio-economic inclusion and political empowerment for the masses while simultaneously undermining …
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Neoextractivism is a relative of resource nationalism and its emergence coincided with the rise to power of several progressive governments in the region that also seized more state control over natural resources within their national boundaries.
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Neo-extractivism indeed brought positive outcomes for Ecuador, but it also produced overvalued exchange rates, weak linkages to the national economy, increased national debt, relatively low employment levels, no attention to rural development and a fractured relationship with environmentalists and indigenous peoples.
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Scholarship on neo‐extractivism agrees that this ‘post‐neoliberal’ model of development is founded on an inherent contradiction between the commitment to continue natural resource extraction and the need to legitimize these activities by using their revenues for poverty reduction.
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Rafael Correa’s Decade in Power (2007–2017): Citizens’ Revolution, Sumak Kawsay, and Neo-Extractivism in Ecuador Hugo Goeury Latin American Perspectives 2021 48 : 3 , 206-226
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The two key models of extractive development (private-led and neo-extractivism) and their implications for taxing mining; The concept of mineral resource rents, and the arguments for and against different types of mineral royalty
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This article resituates the debate on approaches to gender in contexts of natural resource extraction in Latin America and, subsequently, outlines an intersectional, feminist proposal focused on geopolitical positionality, which points to the complex and global power relations that (re)position individuals and collectivities residing in spaces that have geopolitical value in a gendered way.
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Alongside other left governments in the region, these policies tie continued mining, drilling, and pumping of natural resources to greater social spending, a combination called “neo-extractivism.” The transformation of the Law on the Rights of Mother Earth into a Law on Mother Earth and Integral Development reflects all of these trends.
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Neo-extractivism, Neo-rentierism and Social Movements in Venezuela's 21st Century Ecosocialism: Discourses, Conflicts and Resistance 1 María-Pilar García-GuadillaIt is becoming clear that for the progressive Governments or for the new left governments, environmental issues have become a flank of serious contradictions.
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Neo-extractivism, Development Pathways and Contestation In recent years there has been, what commentators call, "a global surge in raw materials and the resulting dynamics of development"1 where "due to international demand for raw materials, a resource-dependent development path is gaining
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