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Over 12 years the event has been achieveing its goal of creating an environment for knowledge and experience exchange.
The International Seminar on Remediation and Redevelopment of Contaminated Sites brings together national and international experts, members of the public and private sector to discuss technologies, concepts of remediation, management brownfields and revitalization of contaminated sites.
October 1st and 2nd, 2014 - São Paulo - SP

Itaú Ecomudança
Itaú Ecomudança Program has selected 8 projects to be supported in its 2014's edition.
The goal of the program is to encourage and foster projects able to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. The projects submitted are evaluated according to their potential capacity to reduce these gases, replication and generation of other positive environmental and social impacts. Since 2007 the Institute EKOS BRAZIL supported Itaú Bank in structuring, assessing and coordinating the Ecomudança Program:  www.itau.com.br/ecomudanca


Inventory of Greenhouse gases emissions of São Paulo city
Ekos Brazil compiled the inventory of anthropogenic emissions and removals of Greenhouse gases in the city of São Paulo. The inventory is part of municipal policy to combat climate change and is important to assess carbon emission sources, its monitoring and planning policies to reduce municipal greenhouse gas emissions. São Paulo had a goal to reduce 30% of emissions of greenhouse gases by 2012, based on the inventory of 2003. The new inventory shows the evolution of the emissions of the city allowing the monitoring of climate change policy.

Implementation of Cavernas do Peruaçu National Park
The Peruaçu park is planned to finalize the Implementation of Infra-structure for the public use in mid 2015. The services are being coordinated by Ekos Brasil, in partnership with FIAT Automobiles.
Jufari project
Ekos Brasil Institute implemented a research baseat the Jufari river, affluent of the Rio Negro, a research base to preserve the areas biodiversity, water resources and carbon stock and at the same time promoting the dignity and economic independence of the local population. The Jufari Program aims to develop the knowledge, information resources and skills necessary for the local communities to manage their resources in a sustainable manner and to engage in activities for the promotion of biodiversity conservation and deforestation reduction.