How to protect when the rule is to destroy?Read more: How to protect when the rule is to destroy?
The fifth day of SPSAS begins with Philip Fearnside’s analysis of the effects of climate change in the Amazon, such as increased temperature, decreased rainfall, and increased tree mortality. According to the researcher, the greatest impact is given by the increase in the duration of the dry season, which affects the resilience of the forest:…
Geological evolution, hydroclimatic cycles and tipping point mark the third day of SPSAS AmazôniaRead more: Geological evolution, hydroclimatic cycles and tipping point mark the third day of SPSAS Amazônia
On the third day of the São Paulo School of Advanced Science Sustainable and Inclusive AMAZONIA the course participants had the opportunity to discuss the geological evolution of the Amazon with Paulo Eugênio de Oliveira. Paulo Eduardo De Oliveira, from USP, spoke about the geological evolution that led to the constitution of the Amazon as…
Science, politics, transdisciplinarity and bioeconomy are themes of the second dayRead more: Science, politics, transdisciplinarity and bioeconomy are themes of the second day
During two weeks 80 participants from Brazil and Latin America discuss different aspects of the Amazon The interface between science and politics, interdisciplinarity and an economic model without deforestation and with social inclusion. These were the themes that opened the first day of discussions at the São Paulo School of Advanced Science Sustainable and Inclusive…
Social Network DayRead more: Social Network Day
After many hours of travel, the SPSAS Amazonia participants are starting to arrive!The first day (11/21/2022) was dedicated to integration! A day to get to know a little more about each of the people who accepted the challenge of diving for 15 days in the discussion about an Inclusive and Sustainable Amazon. One of the…
Welcome!Read more: Welcome!
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