It is necessary at the time of fusing itself in its reach which represents for different social actors and from the different scopes, coming as much of social sciences, the natural disciplines, the socioambiental movement or the governmental or deprived area, elements that facilitate an understanding and resolution of the distributive conflicts ecological that nowadays face our societies, in the scales local, regional, national and global. It is excellent to analyze, to discuss and to review the different models from economic development and the impacts that the intensification of the economic processes and production (Ayres, 1969) they generate in the environment and means constructed (societies), especially considering the importance of the biogeochemical cycles, the productive processes, the impacts, fortifying the concepts of intergenerational fairness intra and the plinth in the limitations contained in the productive ecology. In conclusion one is due to consider, that from the ecological economy is argued that the human capital and the manufactured capital are complementary to the natural capital, and noninterchangeable, since the human capital and the made capital derive inevitably from the natural capital of one or the other form. The ecological economy studies how the economic growth this related to the increase in the operation of material and power consumptions. Another point of confrontation between economic economy and conventional economy is the question of the commerce and the environment, because first it considers that an increase in the commerce can increase the damage environmental.