Parques&Sociedade #7


One of the benefits resulting from the existence of Conservation Units (CUs) in cities is related to the financial compensation provided for in some Brazilian public regulatory policies, such as the ICMS-E (Portuguese acronym for, Tax on the Circulation of Ecological Goods and Services). To address this topic, this issue of Parques&Sociedade brings a study that aims to exemplify how municipal governments can receive financial resources due to the presence of CUs within cities’ territorial limits, specifically through the ICMS-E, and addresses how the creation of regulations related to this tax may have encouraged the creation and implementation of municipal CUs. Thus, it is expected that this issue may help municipal public managers better understand CUs and take them into consideration in their management strategies.


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