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Diversidades urbanas nas Amazônias

Mais de 70% da população na Amazônia habita as zonas urbanas, afetadas pela crise climática e por problemas socioambientais e de ordem institucional. Mas é nesse lugar de circulação de ideias e pessoas que surgem as maiores oportunidades de encontrar soluções estruturantes. Compreender os múltiplos contornos da realidade urbana é o começo para lidar com o rico cenário de complexidade da região

O que definirá o sucesso da COP 30 e para as Amazônias?

Fazer com que a floresta viva valha mais que a floresta morta é uma das indicações apontadas em encontro promovido pela rede Uma Concertação pela Amazônia, o que poderá ser alcançado por meio da integração entre educação, ambiente e clima. A cúpula do clima também terá sido bem-sucedida se estabelecer metas nacionais mais ambiciosas, que mantenham o objetivo de limitar a alta da temperatura global em 1,5 grau e, ao mesmo tempo, atender as populações mais vulneráveis, entre as quais os jovens e as crianças

Land of Encounters

“Educação: Território de Encontros” (Education: Land of Encounters) was the topic of the 3rd Concertation Meeting in 2023. Attended by over 100 people and mediated by the initiative’s executive secretary, Fernanda Rennó, the meeting kicked off with a tribute to João Donato, which featured the performance of song “Amazonas”.

Ligando pontos na educação: por que abraçar a complexidade

Recente relatório de monitoramento do Plano Nacional de Educação (PNE) mostra a Amazônia Legal atrás do restante do Brasil, segundo uma série de indicadores. Considerando que, em 2024, o PNE trará o planejamento para os próximos 10 anos, o momento é de debater os caminhos para aprimorar a educação no contexto da Amazônia Legal. O que fazer para que a Amazônia deixe de figurar entre as piores posições no quesito educação? Esta foi uma das questões levantadas na plenária “Educação: Território de Encontros”, promovida pela rede Uma Concertação pela Amazônia, em 21 de agosto.

Amazonian bioeconomies: paths and synergies

The 2nd Concertation Meeting in 2023, held on May 8th in partnership with Amazon 2030, brought into dialogue subject “Amazonian bioeconomies: paths and synergies”. With over 200 attendees, the event was mediated by the initiative’s executive secretaries, Lívia Pagotto and Fernanda Rennó.

Indigenous peoples in light of the new political context

The 1st Concertation Meeting in 2023 focused on identifying the priority agenda for an indigenist policy in light of the new political context, as well as the ways in which different sectors of society collaborate to implement this agenda. Held online, the event was attended by more than 150 participants.

The Amazon and the 2022 Election: Connectivity

The 4th meeting of the Concertation this year took place on July 6th, and happened in a hybrid fashion, transmitted directly from Alter do Chão (Pará). It was also fully integrated into the schedule of the Fórum Amazônia Sustentável (Sustainable Amazon Forum) event. With “Connectivity” as its theme, the meeting put forward a call to action focused on all connectivity-based endeavours.

The Amazon and the 2022 Elections: Health and Economy

On May 16th, the 3rd 2022 meeting of the Concertation was held, and, for the first time, it was organized in a hybrid way, with direct broadcasting from Manaus. On this occasion, the subject was Health and Economy and is part of the year’s program schedule, which aims to build feasible proposals that can be implemented in the first 100 days after the presidential, subnational, and National Congress elections.

The Amazon and the 2022 Elections: Education and Public Security

The development of the Amazon from the point of view of the interdependence between Education and Public Security was the theme of the 2nd Amazon Concertation Meeting, held on March 28th, in which the initiatives that comprise the network to make their prognoses and discuss proposals for the region.

The Amazon and the 2022 Elections

Themed “The Amazon and the 2022 Elections”, the first Amazon Concertation network meeting of the year was held on February 14, gathering nearly 180 attendees. The art that inspired the meeting and is now displayed on our website – and will also be present in the initiative’s communication material in this next period – was created by Raiz Campos, a graffiti artist born in Bahia, but “raised in the Amazon”, as he puts it. matters discussed at the event to the communities. He reinforced the importance of different sectors of society joining forces to build solutions for the area.

2021 Year in Review and 2022 Outlook

The Concertation´s last plenary session of the year, held on 12/06, included a year in review and also the group’s perspectives for 2022. The agenda also sought to honor the artists who contributed to our network.

2021 Retrospective and 2022 Outlook

The last plenary of the Concertação year, held on 12/06, was a retrospective of the year and also to talk about the group’s perspectives for 2022. The agenda also sought to honor the artists who contributed to the network.

Summary of the 1st week of COP26

Broadcast live directly from COP 26, the November plenary session of the Amazon Concertation presented a summary of the first week of the event and an assessment of the perspectives […]

A meeting between initiatives

The 8th plenary session of the Concertation promoted A meeting between initiatives to present two documents that will be shared with the international community at COP26: An Agenda for the Development of the Amazon (of the Concertation network) and Climate and Development: visions for Brazil 2030 (process supported by the Institute for Climate and Society).

An agenda for the development of Amazonia

In the 7th plenary session of the Concertation, the document An agenda for the development of the Amazon was debated. It is the result of the rich debates and meetings of the members of the network in the last few months. The material intends to generate inputs for some important milestones ahead, such as the climate debate at COP26.

The Dimensions of Infrastructure in the Amazon

On July 12, 2021, the 6th plenary of the year of Uma Concertação pela Amazônia took place. To talk about the theme “The Dimensions of Infrastructure in the Amazon”, we received as guests the governor of the state of Pará, Helder Barbalho; sociologist and professor at the University of São Paulo, Ricardo Abramovay; the CPI – Climate Policy Initiative researcher, Ana Cristina Barros; and photojournalist Paula Sampaio. The meeting was mediated by Francisco Gaetani, professor at Ebape/FGV and fellow at the Arapyaú Institute.