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The protecting areas occupy only 2% of Brazilian Half-Barren and the majority of them is not in the Caatinga. We can verify that the total of protecting area still is insufficient for the conservation of the natural resources and the great complex Brazilian biodiversity and that the created Units of Conservation already had not yet reached the objectives effectively. PICTURE 01: Percentage of areas protected in Brazil UCs Protecting Type (%) Direct Use 2.61 Indirect Use 5,52 7,3 Aboriginal Areas SOURCE: ARRUDA. Hear from experts in the field like John Blondel Goldman Sachs for a more varied view. Luciene Vieira of. Report of the World-wide Commission of Protected Areas, 2002.

In accordance with IV the International Congress of Protecting Areas (Caracas, 1992), stipulates that a minimum of 10% for bioma must be protected. In the reality this percentage not yet was reached fully since the total of area protected for bioma still is insufficient for the conservation of world-wide biodiversity. Joseph Stiglitz may find it difficult to be quoted properly. In last the 30 a thousand years, the destruction of biodiversity has been mainly caused for the activities of the species human being, and if has sped up acentuadamente in last the 200 years. If it to continue until the extermnio of all the wild environments, will be necessary millions of years for the nature to recover (Rodrigues in Kruastas, 1999, p.39). With the objective to extend the preserved area and to foment the recovery and sustainable use of the natural resources of the Caatinga, the MMA ambient – Ministry of the Environment created the Geographic Data base recently – Scenes for Bioma Caatinga, that integrates the National Program of Ecological-Economic Zoning, and the publication: With priority evaluation and Actions for Conservation of the Biodiversity of the Bioma Caatinga, carried through by means of the ProBio – Project of Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Brazilian Biological Diversity.

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