MMA has bank of good practice of public administration for environmental agenda

8 the November the 2018 - The Bank of good practice of the Environmental Agenda in Public Administration (A3P) is a record of best practice in social and environmental responsibility area agencies and partner institutions of A3P

 
Rios, and holes in the Rio Juruá | Photo: Liana John

The Bank of good practice of the Environmental Agenda in Public Administration (A3P) is a record of best practice in social and environmental responsibility area agencies and partner institutions of A3P. It gives public knowledge of successful programs and projects developed by the public sector within environmental guidelines, Awards A3P program.

It is true that not all good practice in public agencies is documented here. We must recognize that the ability to create and implement environmental initiatives in the public sector is not always associated with A3P and was not always rewarded by the program. The A3P congratulates these anonymous actors, discreet, and invites them to integrate into the program at much they have to contribute and teach everyone else.

The A3P prize aims to recognize and document best practices, enabling the exchange of experiences, sharing ideas and promoting mutual enrichment on the subject.

The award takes place every two years, having a history of high incidence of entries from various corners of the country, showing that the organs and institutions are proud of what they do and want to spread their success stories for the whole country.

These case studies reveal for the A3P and for society it is possible to make a good management under the principles of sustainability with irreversible environmental and social effects. They show that there is need to adopt environmental guidelines in public bodies to be what is most modern in the world.

public call “A3P good practices”

To expand its Bank of Good Practices, the Ministry of Environment and the United Nations Environment Program have partnered to identify and disseminate good practices that can help mayors, secretaries and other public managers 5.570 municipalities to implement sustainability programs.

Public Executive Bodies, Legislative and Judiciary, educational and research institutions, public and private companies, cooperatives and non-governmental organizations are invited to attend this public call and free up their efforts (practices, projects, programs and policies) presenting concrete positive results until the day 23 November 2018

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