After Curitiba, São Paulo, and the Northeast, Brazil’s North Region follows suit and prepares proposals in favor of a sustainable society. About 400 entrepreneurs, executives, members of the academia, public authorities and civil society representatives from Brazil’s Northern Region will take part in the discussions of the Global Forum Latin America (GFAL) that starts Monday (14), in Belém, capital of the state of Pará, at “Estação das Docas”.
Orbis, operating in Curitiba since 2004, was born from the first edition of ICONS, held in 2003, in Curitiba. The role of the Observatory is to contribute to sustainable development by analyzing and monitoring prosperity and quality of life. Inspired on UN’s Global Urban Observatory (GUO), Orbis is an initiative of the Federation of Industries of Paraná (Fiep), the Social Service of the Industry (Sesi-Pr), and of the Development Promotion Institute (IPD). Besides
Event assembling the local business sector will point at solutions for the most important needs identified in a previous meeting Source: Gazeta do Povo Author: Cristina Rios The state’s key business sector leaders will meet this morning to discuss the creation of an integrated structural development plan for Paraná. It is an initiative of the Future 10 Permanent Development Forum Paraná. The event will take place at Cietep and should gather 200 people including
4/1/2010 Biofach – the largest organics international trade show – was held on March 17-20, in Nuremberg, Germany. The event gathered 26 Brazilian companies and more than 40 thousand participants. Organics Brasil Project, developed in partnership with Apex-Brasil and IPD, were there for the fifth time, with 11 member companies and 20 cooperatives from the Ministry of Agrarian Development (MDA), in addition to Itaipu Binational’s Agua Boa Project. Business transactions reached US$ 6.2
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