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dc.contributor.authorHeredia-R, Marco
dc.contributor.authorFalconí, Verónica
dc.contributor.authorH-Silva, Jamil (1)
dc.contributor.authorAmores, Katherine
dc.contributor.authorEndara, Carla A.
dc.contributor.authorF-Ausay, Karina
dc.description.abstractThe management of natural resources has multiple challenges, such as covering the needs of a population that is estimated to exceed nine billion people by 2050, Therefore, the need for a digital evolution in agriculture that meets the needs of a world population in the future is identified The objective was: evaluate the sustainability of natural resources as a contribution towards the technological innovation of agriculture; the snowball sampling technique was used, in four productive systems: mixed, agroecological, indigenous y conventional, located in the transition and buffer zones of the Choco Andino Biosphere Reserve, SAFA evaluation framework (FAO) was used. The data were collected through a semistructured interview based on a questionnaire of 117 questions; the interview lasted 75–85 min conducted to the heads of household In the results were evidence of the 12 case of studies and the different sustainability dynamics in the dimensions: good governance, economic residence, environmental integrity and social welfare. The similar characteristic between case studies was the precarious capacity to govern natural resources, which strengthens the importance of intervention with a digital literacy process to improve management capacity.es_ES
dc.publisherAdvances in Intelligent Systems and Computinges_ES
dc.relation.ispartofseries;vol. 1277
dc.subjectdigital technologyes_ES
dc.subjectrural territorieses_ES
dc.titleTechnological Innovation for the Sustainability of Knowledge and Natural Resources: Case of the Choco Andino Biosphere Reservees_ES

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