Apresentação em tema: "INPAs insights on LBA (and its role as the coordinating institution): (based on and the message from INPAs General Director, Dr Adalberto Val, and on former."— Transcrição da apresentação:
INPAs insights on LBA (and its role as the coordinating institution): (based on and the message from INPAs General Director, Dr Adalberto Val, and on former discussions).. sucesso do projeto e a consolidação dessa área de estudo na Amazônia. Como tudo em Ciência, cada achado gera um conjunto de novos questionamentos e estes, no caso do LBA, avançaram para outros domínios científicos...
Basic principles: to strengthen existing research networks and cooperations (national & international) to strengthen the research institutions in the Northern Brazil, developing further their capabilities to increase cooperation with other Amazonian countries
Some actions taken (LBA instrumental on those): New courses New research sites and facilities (including a large acquisition of new analytical instrumentation for Brazilian Amazon institutions) Discussion of new research agenda for LBA-2 with Amazonian institutions Amazon Scenarios Project (LBA/PPBio/Geoma) Next IAI-CoP Meeting in Manaus (June th )
INPAs insights on LBA (and its role as the coordinating institution):...as vertentes sociais, biológicas e médicas devem ser consideradas nesse novo passo por meio de uma abordagem mais ampla sobre o clima e as mudanças climáticas envolvendo a Amazônia
Some illustrations on those changes/moves: New Large (Grande Vulto) MCT project for INPA – 6 million/year during 10 years – with focus on Climate Change, should allow integration of CC with most of (many) disciplines and projects developed by INPA (including Biodiversity, Human Health, Forest Products,….., etc) New CT-Hydro Project (2 years) Two new projects to/with Petrobras: GHG from Coari to Manaus, and LBA sites in Urucu and Coari Lake Effective participation of INPA in the new Brazilian Network for Climate Change (INPA = Amazon network; MPEG = Biodiversity) Amazon State creating a State Program for Climate Change