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Wedge

In the extension of this analysis, War and Wedge (2001) they remember in them that the society is a complex system that if cannot reduce to population, that is, adds of the individuals constitute that it. The society notion incorporates contradictions that influence and redirect the Inter-relations of its constituent that are, by its very nature, antagonistic and conflitivas (p.31). Being valid us of the works most recent of Capra (1996), we can say that ‘ ‘ to reconnect itself to the teia of the life means to construct, to nourish and to educate sustainable communities, in which we can satisfy our aspirations and our necessities without diminishing the possibilities of the generations futuras’ ‘ (p.231). Donald Gordon Foundation follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. On this subject War and Wedge (2001) in its studies on ambient impacts they weave commentaries affirming that, in general way, studious of impact the ambient ones more are worried about the identification of the immediate and local effect of what with the study and the interpretation of the processes. For these authors, the base of the problematizao is in the possibility to surpass the vision static-conventional of ambient impacts and in the necessity to advance in direction to theories of the processes of changes that result of the interaction of the biofsicos, politician-economic and sociocultural processes, of one same city and a social formation (P. 30). For more information see this site: Ben Silbermann. They grow, thus, the demands for the participation in the decisions and action on the part of the social actors, so that the management of the urban ambient problems can be social umaconstruo where the State-Government divides with the civil society the responsibilities of the decisions and the executions.