There are 251 days, 5 hours, and 18 minutes for the conference.
Why this event? Why IBRAM, the mining sector and large industries?
The future of the world is linked to the future of the Amazon. Conserving biodiversity and combating deforestation directly depends on economic alternatives for people living in the Amazon, for their subsistence and development.
The new economies in their diversity (bioeconomy, carbon market and circular, solidarity, regenerative and socio-biodiversity economies, etc.) represent the path to a sustainable future for this region, combining conservation, zero net deforestation, development and social well-being.
Globally moving towards a low-carbon economy that lessens pressure on the climate means going through an energy transition that will require an expansion in the exploration of strategic minerals.
The world must operate in this transition and face climate change. This means an expansion of mining, especially of strategic minerals, for the development of renewable energies and the electrification of means of transport. Part of this expansion will take place in the Amazon.
Support a qualified debate on the new economies in the Amazon, in a broad and unrestricted way
Present and discuss the possible contributions of industries in the field of new economies
Create a network of articulation and support for the new economies in the Amazon, with a new space for interaction between sectors and participation of local leaders
Contribute to the preparation of a short, medium and long term agenda, with a view to promoting the integration of actions between the public and private sectors, civil society and communitie
Strengthen the Pan-Amazon alliance on the subject
Meet the amazing speakers who will share their
knowledge and insights at this unmissable conference.
Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northen Ireland (1997-2007)
8th Secretary General of the UN
President of Colombia (2018-2022)
Governor of Pará
KNOW OUR BRAND
The logo of International Conference The Amazon and New Economies was built by the visual artist Kambô, a native of the Pará state who has been developing projects in the most diverse media, since 2007.
His works involve techniques such as illustration, painting, muralism, photography, animation, video mapping and augmented reality.
With a very particular color palette, he explores visual elements of everyday life and Amazonian popular culture in interactive works that mix digital and analogue techniques and provide different points of experience and reflection for the viewer.
To learn more about the artist’s work, visit his Instagram profile: https://www.instagram.com/kambo.art/
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