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Project supported by IEB and CEPF Cerrado participates in Brazil Environmental Management Forum 2019

The project coordinator Evaluation and Strengthening of the Cerrado Municipal Conservation UnitsLuiz Paulo Pinto, from the Ambiental Ltda. Team, participated in the Brazil Environmental Management Forum 2019 (FBGA 2019), held on June 26-28, in Campinas, SP. The FBGA was conceived by National Association of Municipalities of Environment - ANAMMA, for the meeting of public organizations from various spheres of government, non-governmental organizations and private companies. The purpose of the event is to discuss, exchange information and experience on various topics related to environmental management, especially at the municipal level.

The program of the second edition of the FBGA accounted for more than 6,000 participants and 30 simultaneous events in three days of event with lectures, seminars, workshops, debates, training, technical chambers, business roundtables, technology exhibitions and trade fair. It was about 500 municipal representatives including mayors, secretaries and municipal technicians. The event also had members of the National Confederation of Municipalities (CNM) and the National Front of Mayors (FNP).

Luiz Paulo Pinto participated in one of the panels of the session “Dialogues on Local Protected Areas - Provision of Information and Training for Municipalities”, organized by the project “Local Protected Areas”, known as APLocal. The purpose of this panel was to reflect on the capacity needs of municipalities to strengthen the management of local protected areas and the possible support of local technical cooperation. The results of the project “Evaluation and Strengthening of Cerrado Municipal Conservation Units” supported by CEPF Cerrado were presented, including a report on the course on the creation and implementation of Cerrado Municipal Conservation Units, held in Goiânia, in early April of this year. year.

Project Protected Areas Local Session at the 2019 Brazil Environmental Management Forum. Photo: © Robson Khalaf / ICLEI South America.

APLocais is a project of the Ministry of Environment of Brazil, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia, Ministry of Environment of Ecuador and Ministry of Environment of Peru. Germany's Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety (BMU) supports the project through the International Climate Initiative (IKI). Implementation in the four countries is carried out by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbHby ICLEI & #8211; Local Governments for Sustainability and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The project aims to contribute to strengthening the environmental management and governance of local governments for biodiversity conservation in municipal protected areas and other conservation measures. THE Ambiental Ltda. it's the CEPF Cerrado are part of the APLocal Monitoring Group.

The session “Dialogues on Local Protected Areas & #8221; It also promoted debates on the adequacy of municipal protected areas, the law of the National System of Conservation Units (SNUC), the exchange of successful management cases and financing mechanisms for municipal protected areas and the launch of the second edition of Publication “ Roadmap for the Creation of Municipal Conservation Units ”.

The project Evaluation and Strengthening of the Cerrado Municipal Conservation Units The objective of this study is to evaluate the scenario of the Cerrado municipal conservation units to strengthen local biodiversity protection policies, especially in the priority corridors of this region. hot spot. This project is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF, Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fundand Brazilian International Institute of Education (IEB).

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.



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