Posted in: 08/08/2023
The event “ Amazon Dialogues: ” – held between the 4th and 6th of August, in Belém (PA) – brought together specialists, representatives of entities, social movements, researchers and government agencies from Brazil and other Amazonian countries to discuss solutions for the future of the territory.
The main objective of the meeting was the debate on the creation of policies and strategies for the sustainable development of the Amazon region. From these debates, reports and proposals will be formulated and delivered to the heads of state and representatives of the 15 countries participating in the Amazon Summit – which takes place between the 8th and 9th of August, also in Belém.
External financing , food security in the territory and the fight against organized crime and illegal deforestation were some of the topics addressed, in addition to the guidelines focused on specific audiences – such as the discussion of the situation of young people, women and black people in the Amazon region.
As part of the program, five debates were highlighted throughout the event:
One of the most important moments of the event was the launch of the collective letter with demands for the heads of state, carried out by the popular movements of the pan-Amazonian countries. The letter, which contains 29 claims , highlights the need for titling indigenous and quilombola lands and the urgency of actions to avoid the “ point of no return” in the Amazon – pointed out by specialists as the moment when it will no longer be possible to recover the land. biome.
The events “Amazon Dialogues: ” and the Amazon Summit are part of the sustainable regional development agenda that has also been designed to encourage regeneration actions and the use of solutions based on nature to preserve the territory and avoid the causes and effects of climate change in the world.
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And the YouTube playlist with the most relevant debates of the two days: Diálogos Amazônicos 2023
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