Sustainable use of natural resources to improve the quality of life in the alto palcazu population center, iscozazin-peru

Doris Esenarro, Ciro Rodriguez, Jennifer Arteaga, Godilia Garcia, Fabiana Flores

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The present research aims at the sustainable use of natural resources in Iscozazin to improve the quality of life of its inhabitants. It proposes an architectural design of sustainable, productive housing that integrates agro-industry and ecotourism, which allows the optimization of the formative processes of sacha-inchi and cocoa with a growing export demand using clean energy in its production processes, minimizing the negative impacts on the environment. The methodology used was focused on three techniques "diagnosis", "adaptation," or "application" for the promotion of sustainable development. The analysis and export demand of existing products in the international market area were carried out. As a result, we have an architectural design proposal that respects the culture, customs, and climate of the place, allowing the excellent development and promotion of ecotourism and agro-industry. It also provides both residents and tourists with an option or recreational space focused on natural resources, presented in an orderly manner and preserving natural areas to generate a better activity flow without causing long-term damage.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)146-150
Number of pages5
JournalInternational Journal of Environmental Science and Development
Issue number3
StatePublished - May 2021
Externally publishedYes

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  • Agroindustrial
  • Clean energy
  • Export
  • Natural resources
  • Productive housing
  • Quality of life
  • Sacha inchi


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