CASEST/PrInt Workshop – May, 27th to June, 2nd – Campo Grande (Brazil)

Next week will stand in Campo Grande (Brazil) the international workshop CASEST / PrInt for researchers, public authorities and NGOs.

This event is organized by both Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (Brazil) and University of Angers (France) with resources of CASEST, PrInt and Capes-Cofecub (Brazil-France).

The workshop will gather researchers of Brazil, France, Colombia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Fabio de Oliveira Roque (UFMS, Brazil) and Pierre Cyril Renaud (Angers University, France), coordinators of the workshop.

“Esse evento surgiu de uma parceria que já temos há algum tempo com pesquisadores da França, em projeto sobre como conciliar a produção de alimentos no mundo e a conservação da biodiversidade, com foco nas áreas neotropicais do planeta, basicamente em países do Hemisfério Sul”

“That event grew up from a partnership that we already have since years with french researchers, in a project that aims to reconciliate food production and biodiversity conservation on tropical areas, basically in countries of Southern Hemisphere”

Theme: Socio-ecological systems in transition on tropical protected-non protected interfaces: a South-South sharing experience.

Objectives:
• Development of conceptual and methodological frameworks on pro-tected area-agriculture interface dynamics, towards a sustainability approach.
• Ideas sharing about interface dynamics: a South-South experience.
• Collective writing on topics discussed (reports, scientific manuscripts and projects proposals).
• Scientific talks

On top of exchanging experiences and paper writing, networking is also an expected outcome of this event.

CASEST and PRINT program warmly thank all speakers that have accepted our invitation.

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