FAS and global research program ESPA perform online event on ecosystem and poverty

22 June 2018 - Meeting must present results of nine years of research conducted by ESPA, including Amazon


The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) and Ecosystem Services Program for Poverty Reduction (English, ESPA) perform the next day 26 of June 1 webinar to share experiences of nine years working in global sustainability, conducted by researchers from around the world. The digital meeting will be held from 12h (Brasilia), it is necessary to registrar.

They will attend the general superintendent of FAS, Virgilio Viana, the director of the Program ESPA, Kate Schreckenberg, senior researcher at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), Inna Porras and the director of strategy and policy of the Natura Bolivia, Nigel Asquith.

The virtual event aims to present more about ESPA, program developed research focused on quality of life and global environment through. The initiative was a global interdisciplinary action aimed to support the decision-makers on the challenges of sustainable ecosystem management and poverty reduction.

The program was developed by the British government from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, great research on global sustainability developed by the United Nations in 2005.

To participate, it is necessary to aCesar room of the webinar. The password for secure access is: poverty.