Environmental indicators are important tools for the periodic monitoring of a system’s components, allowing to execute controls and to apply politics that improve unfavorable situations in the system itself. The present investigation work has as objective designing environmental indicators in the municipalities of Montelíbano, Puerto Libertador and San José de Uré, for forest resource, using the model PSR (Pressure-State-Response). To its development, a bibliographical review was made related to the study area and environmental indicators to achieve the identification and selection of the potential tools to be adjusted to the regional context with the structuring of specific methodological sheets. As a result, three indicators were obtained in the biotic system for the terrestrial vegetation component and the occupied surface factor, under the supervision of professionals with experience in the field. It must be taken into account that the conceptual development and the sources of information are a key input to design an indicator to monitor any environmental component, so its absence limits the structuring of these tools in a specific context.
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