FAS participates in international conference on sustainable development in Peru

9 the November the 2017 - The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), representing Brazil, will share lectures with universities and professional organizations in Colombia, Equador, Itália, Peru and Russia

 

By Izamir Barbosa

Until Saturday (11), the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) takes part in the VI International Environmental Engineering Congress whose theme is "Sustainable development and climate change", at the invitation of the Academic Professional School of Environmental Engineering at the University of Huanuco. The event takes place in Huanuco, predominantly rural Peruvian city located 571 kilometers from Lima.

The congress aims to present an updated perspective on the control and adaptation to climate change and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDSN), and the application of these measures in Peru, within the region of Huanuco and globally. The idea is to promote an exchange of experience between experts from national and international organizations, and rely on scientific research in support applied in the university community, professional and society in general.

At the time, technical assistant Innovative Solutions Program (PSI) FAS, Nayandra Pereira, will present a lecture on "Bolsa Floresta (BFP) as forests conservation and alternative action against climate change ".

"The conference aims to seek improvements primarily to the province where Huanuco is located, in an area with very intense rural production. Show the result of the PBF 16 protected areas in which we operate is a way to contribute to the development of the region and, also, inspire students and professionals who will be present with solutions to change the local reality ", points Nayandra.

FAS, representing Brazil, will share lectures with universities and professional organizations in Colombia, Equador, Itália, Peru and Russia.

Exchange with the Bolsa Floresta

The Bolsa Floresta Program (BFP) is an initiative established from the public policy of the Amazonas State Government whose aim is to reward and improve the quality of life of coastal communities of the Amazon, responsible for environmental services provided by forests in sustainable use conservation units created at the state level.

"The geographical similarity we have in both countries due to the Amazon basin facilitates the exchange of information for the insertion of the BFP, that sure is a program that can be replicated in the Peruvian reality mutatis mutandis ", said.

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