Amazon Dialogues: new meeting in series explores political visions of region’s development

This is the sixth event in the Amazon Dialogues, a series of 20 webinars to discuss topics related to sustainable socioeconomic development in the Brazil Amazon with the whole of organized civil society.

The event is part of the Amazon Dialogues, a series of online meetings to discuss topics related to the Brazilian Amazon’s sustainable socioeconomic development with the whole of civil society. In all, there will be 20 meetings, featuring private sector leaders, experts, public officials, academics and multidisciplinary personalities from all over Brazil

Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) will hold a free webinar on political visions of the Amazon’s development on Monday, April 19, at 7 pm. During the meeting, a group of guest journalists will interview the deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Marcelo Ramos, about how the legislature can help Brazil pursue an agenda of development that respects the environment. The moderators will be Márcio Holland, the coordinator of the Finance and Economics Master’s Program at FGV EESP, and Daniel Vargas, FGVAgro’s research director.

The event is part of the Amazon Dialogues, a series of online meetings to discuss topics related to the Brazilian Amazon’s sustainable socioeconomic development with the whole of civil society. In all, there will be 20 meetings, featuring private sector leaders, experts, public officials, academics and multidisciplinary personalities from all over Brazil.

To take part, please sign up here.

The event will be broadcasted live on FGV's YouTube Channel.

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