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A Rede de Soluções para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável (SDSN) It was created by the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-Moon, in 2012, and aims to involve academia, research Center, think tanks, civil society organizations, governments, private and multilateral institutions to promote solutions for sustainable development, supporting the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDSN), ratified in September 2015instituições of the Amazon Basin countries they participated in the event and hubs.

In editing 2017, the transmission of the Amazon Day took place in the hubs of Manaus and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) Leticia (Colombia), Iquitos and Moyobamba (Peru) and Turrialba (Costa Rica) with the unprecedented participation of young people from Manaus that might contribute to the debate to know the Amazon who want to 2050.

The SDSN Network was created by the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-Moon, in 2012, and aims to involve academia, research Center, think tanks, civil society organizations, governments, private and multilateral institutions to promote solutions for sustainable development, supporting the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDSN), ratified in September 2015.

With shares distributed throughout the Amazon territory, a FAS, from 2014, It is the executive secretary of the Network for the Amazon (SDSN-Ama­zônia) and has supported discussions on ODS from 2012, fostering the promotion solutions in the region, exchanging experiences, empowering and communicating about. The construction of these goals was a diplomatic effort, political and technical. In the technical sphere, FAS had relevant participation and role in presenting the challenges and opportunities for the Amazon basin.

Learn more at https://www.sdsn-amazonia.org/

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