Sanches (1997 apud Adms, 2000:161) comments queexistem two aspects that base estimated politician-ambient favorda continuity of these populations in protecting areas: the inherent knowledge of its experinciasancestrais on the ecology of the species and types of appropriate technology quelhes had allowed to adapt themselves and to multiply materially cultural and (...); pelaexistncia of a balance relation enters practical of handling and meioambiente and conservacionistas cultural mechanisms that would hinder the depleodos natural resources in levels comprometedores to the maintenance same them. Aspopulaes traditional would be, therefore, responsible also pelapreservao of biodiversity. Therefore, the ecological diversity, in many cases, foimantida because of the cultural diversity and of the existing techniques traditional nascomunidades (DIEGUES, 1988 apud ADMS, 2000). For Figueiredo et. al. (2004: 194) avalorizao of ' ' areas of traditional knowing that, to the departure, they can parecersupersticiosas and of sense comum' ' , ' can consist in one contribuiopara the acquisition; ' of a new style of vida' '. For the authors, ' ' the culture of a society must be respected, but not only be tambmvalorizada and explored in favor of all humanidade' '. Consisting numponto of departure for the sustainable development.
Therefore, if they only can create conditions so that they humanosdesenvolvam a conscience of belongs and integration to them in the natural world, that osintam as a place of which they are part and not only as palco where its lives sedesenrolam, developing a respect and an identical reverence pelanatureza to that populations possuam human beings who if inspired to nosmodelos and histories of the natural world to conduct its life (they idem). Cavalcanti (2001) writes down that, ' ' if sustentabilidadedeve to be apprehended in terms of duration of a group social' ' , primitive and traditional aspopulaes possess a gamma of lies that contribuemnesse sensible. A time that shows an extraordinary social longevity. Parao author, ' ' The industrial society is very young to be consideradasustentvel, and the signals, in all part, are of its social insustentabilidade eecolgica' '. The development of a etnoeconomia Trabalhar the thematic Etnoeconomia if became a challenge parans, therefore it is not about a new science, much less, one old one, as dizCavalcanti (2001).
Supporting itself in Robbins (1984) it discourses that ' ' definiode a science has almost invariably, not preceded, but followed criaoda proper cincia' '. complements alluding that the etnoeconomia is one novo' ' field of work to be developed (and correctly defined) ' '. Oprprio author recognizes the inexistence of the word in literature. Exactly thus, we insist on looking it na bibliography. Thus, we find an article of Teillery (2004: 110) quemenciona the etnoeconomia. Looking for to justify the use of the word in seuartigo, it says that this if it became necessary for if dealing with one of ins