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The Circular Economy is a new development model in which materials, water and energy are managed efficiently, precisely, Colombia leads the first Policy on the subject in Latin America and is currently the President of the Regional Coalition of
This transcendental theme will be moderated by the Colombian Minister of the Environment, Ricardo Lozano, and will include the participation of Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC; Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, Minister of Environment of
How does air quality affect the health of citizens and what actions are being developed in this area? This is the main question to be answered by experts such as Gina Tambini, representative of the Pan American Health Organization; Fabiola Muñoz,
Third Panel: Biodivercities the Close Relation Between Cities and the Environment - World Environment Day 2020
Participating in this panel will be Adriana Lobo, Executive Director of the World Resources Institute Mexico; Simon Stiell, Minister of Environment of the Island of Granada; Tatiana Gallego, IDB Cities manager; Elkin Velásquez, Regional Director for
Indigenous communities from Caqueta, Colombia fight against deforestation - World Environment Day 2020
Indigenous authorities and community members from Caqueta, Colombia explain the importance of recovering their culture and the management plan for their territory in the fight against deforestation in Colombia's main hotspot.
Second Panel: Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, Green Business and the Pandemic COVID-19 - World Environment Day 2020
In the middle of the situation of isolation that the world is experiencing due to the pandemic generated by COVID-19, this panel opens the debate and reflection on the relationship between the conservation of biodiversity and the generation of
This panel will address the importance of this strategic ecosystem in our country, with the participation of Ana María Hernández, President of IPBES, as moderator and the experts Elizabeth Mrema, CBD secretary; Hernando García, Director of the
The COVID-19 pandemic is a sharp reminder of how we are all intimately connected -- to each other and to nature.
As we work to end the pandemic and build back better, we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity – and responsibility -- to correct