The interactive exhibition takes the public on a tour of the Brazilian savannah
Representatives of the University of Brasilia, WWF and Greenpeace, among others, debate important issues such as conservation of the biome
As of September 1, the project We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado Links celebrates the Cerrado Month with a program that instigates the public to think of ways to protect the Brazilian savannah. The event will be divided into two parts: a virtual exhibition, with panels and photographs, with access until December 30; and 16 Conversation Wheels, which take place until the day September 11th - date on which the second largest Brazilian biome is celebrated.
Yuri Salmona, executive director of Cerrados Institute, highlights the relevance of the project, which Cerrado with prominence and attention he deserves. “It will be a great opportunity to talk, watch and experience the links that involve the conservation of our biome. It is not possible to bring all the Cerrado complexity to an event, but it was with the vision that it was important to present the most different aspects that we elaborated on this meeting ”, highlights. Yuri also comments on the challenges of producing the event in times of social isolation. “It would not be true to say that it is simple to produce an event like this, especially in the midst of the pandemic. But the fact that the meeting is online has some positive points and the main one is the reach. The content of the exhibition is trilingual: Portuguese, English and French, allowing much of the world to interact with the exhibition. We hope to expand the voices that speak for the Cerrado ”, complete.
The Elos do Cerrado is an online event promoted by the Cerrados Institute in partnership with the French Embassy, Partnership Fund for Critical Ecosystems (CEPF), International Education Institute of Brazil (IEB), Nature and Culture International (NCI), Nature Population Society Institute (ISPN), WWF- Brazil, Greenpeace Brasil, Institute for Environmental Research in the Amazon (IPAM), Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF), Cerrado Network, Mais Cerrado Foundation, Alliance Française of Brasilia, Children of the Nation / SUP Wave, Collective 105 Ilha Design, Free Pass Idiomas and Apex Accounting.
As of September 1, the exposure We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado Links allows visitors to see the beauty and challenges of conserving the world's most biodiverse savannah. The tour takes the public to three different environments:
THE photographic exhibition We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado Links shows the consequences of deforestation and shows successful cases in preservation.
Artistic exhibition with unpublished works inspired by the biome, produced by Brazilian artists. In addition to a panel presenting the main cause and effect relationships involving the Cerrado.
The show is on site Instituto Cerrados, from the day September 1st.
Circles of conversation
The second part of the event consists of a series of Conversations, between the 1st and the 11th of September, on the Instituto Cerrados website and channel on Youtube. Always at 15h and 19h, 90 specialists expose different points of view on what to do so that the remaining half of the biome is not consumed and to point out directions for a more harmonious relationship with the Cerrado.
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.How do we deal with fire in the Cerrado? with Isabel Schmidt (UnB), Rossano Marchetti Ramos (Prevfogo / Ibama), Eldo Barreto (Correntina Pasture Closing), Rafael Drumond (Brivac), Amilton Sá (Rede Contra Fogo) and the mediator Roberto Cavalcanti (UnB).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Occupation and deforestation in Cerrado with Ane Alencar (IPAM), Mário Barroso (TNC), Cláudio Almeida (INPE), Bruno Bassi (With an Eye on Ruralists), Leandro Parente (LAPIG / UFG) and the mediator Yuri Salmona (Instituto Cerrados).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Water, Flora and the Cerrado with Eloi Campos (IG / UnB -), Saulo Aires (ANA), Marcelo Kuhlmann (GIZ), Marcos Rogério (Corrente-Verde), Andrea Leme (UnB), Cássia Munhoz (UnB) and the mediator Yuri Salmona (IC).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.The role of women in protecting the We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado with Nathalia Ziolkowski (Ecoa), Lucely Pio (Pacari Articulation), Fátima Barros (Association of Communities Quilombola remnants of São Vicente Island), Célia Xakriabá (Xakriabá people) and the mediator Katia Favilla (Rede Cerrado).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Private Reserves of Natural Heritage (RPPN) - A look from inside the Cerrado with Fernando Madueño (RPPN Pau Terra), Chyslia Fernanda (IBC), Tibor
Rombauer (RPPN Abade), Fábio Padula (RPPN Bacupari), André Luís S. Zecchin (RPPN Tombador) and the mediator Yuri Salmona (IC).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Conservation in private areas in the Close with Michael Becker (CEPF / IEB), Yuri Salmona (IC), Luciano Souza (Environmental Consultant) and mediator Reinaldo
(Nature and Culture International).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Pesticides: Impacts and Alternatives for the We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado with Marco Antonio Delfinode Almeida (MPF), Bruno Melo (Tomita AgroÖikos), Prof. Pignati (UFMT / NEAST), Adriana Werneck Regina (OPAN), Wagner Soares (IBGE) and the mediator Pedro Gasparinetti (CSF).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Standing Cerrado Communities with Maria do Socorro (Rede Cerrado), Isabel Castro (IPAM), Wilson Rocha (MPF), Mayk Arruda (Central do Cerrado) and the mediator Dionete Figueiredo Barbosa (COPABASE).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Consumption, Commodities and the Cerrado We are a family owned and operated business.with Pedro Gasparinetti (CSF), Frederico Machado (WWF-Brazil), Adriana Charoux (Greenpeace), Arnaldo Carneiro (Sinapsis), Daniel Meyer (Global Canopy) and the mediator Gabriela Savian (IPAM).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Degraded areas in the Cerrado: restoration, agroforestry and We are a family owned and operated business.technology with Alexandre Bonesso Sampaio (ICMBio), Andrew Miccolis (Aclimar / Icraf), Elaine Silva (Lapig / UFG) and mediator Thiago Beloti (WWF).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Investing in conserving Cerrado with André Zecchin (F. Boticário), Michael Becker (CEPF / IEB), Manoel Serrão (FUNBIO), Isabel Figueiredo (ISPN), Rafael Murta (Ashoka), Leonardo Geluda (IIS) and the mediator Fernando Tatagiba (ICMBio).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Challenges for the conservation of Cerrado biodiversity with Reuber Brandão (Nature Conservation Specialist Network & #8211; Grupo o Boticário Foundation), Ricardo Machado (UnB), Paula Hanna Valdujo (WWF-Brazil), Gislaine Disconzi (Pato-Mergulhão Project), Fernando Previdente (Pato-Mergulhão Project) ) and the mediator Vivian Braz (University Center of Anápolis / GO).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Cerrado, Climate Change and the Paris Agreement We are a family owned and operated business.with Paulo Moutinho (IPAM), Cristiane Mazzetti (Greenpeace Brasil), Ane Alencar (IPAM) and the mediator Mercedes Bustamante (UnB).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.The role of Legislation and Public Agents in the conservation of the Cerrado with Tatiany Barata (Federal Senate), Sarney Filho (Secretary of State for the Environment of the Federal District), Guilherme Eidt (ISPN), Rodrigo Agostinho (Chamber of Deputies), Bruno Mello (Fund. Mais Cerrado) and mediator Marcelo Elvira ( WWF-Brazil).
3pm: We are a family owned and operated business.Solidarity in times of Covid-19 and the Cerrado that feeds with Chyslia Fernanda (IBC), Damião Moreira dos Santos (Quilombo Kalunga Association), Ana Paula Boquadi (Buriti Zen Restaurant), Tainá Zaneti (Pitadas de Cerrado), Luciana Pinto (Chapada Solidária), Valéria Santos (CPT and National Campaign in Defense of the Cerrado) and the mediator Silvana Bastos (ISPN).
19h: We are a family owned and operated business.Alternatives and solutions for the Cerrado with Isabel Figueiredo (ISPN), Alexandre Bonesso Sampaio (ICMBio), Luis Carrazza (Central do Cerrado), André Guimarães (IPAM), Yuri Salmona (IC), Altair Sales Barbosa (Altair Sales Institute), Carolina Siqueira (WWF-Brazil) and the mediator Camilla Thomaz (Instituto Cerrados).
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Virtual Exhibition Elos do Cerrado
From September 1 to December 30, 2020 at site of the Cerrados Institute.
Circles of conversation
From 1st to 4th September; and from September 8 to 11, 2020
Always at 3 pm and 7 pm, at channel of the Cerrados Institute
Instituto Cerrados Instagram (@institutocerrados) and on the websiteWe are a family owned and operated business.https://www.cerrados.org/inscricoeselosWe are a family owned and operated business.
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