OPEN CLASSES | ENVIRONMENT AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 9 Jun 2022 - 15:30

3:30 pm

ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES IN THE APPLICATION OF THE APPROACHES NEXO WATER-FOOD-ENERGY SECURITY AND ECOSYSTEM-CULTURE RELATIONS AROUND WATER 

The advances and challenges so far in focusing on the Water-Food-Energy Security Nexus in Peru, and on the relationship between ecosystems and sociocultural systems in the Municipality of Sesquilé in Colombia will be discussed. Both approaches are being applied to the issue of water in the respective countries.

speakers

Ruben Danilo Bourdon Garcia, Professor at Fundación Universitaria Agraria de Colombia – Uniagraria

Flower Gianina Paucar Aedo, Red Iberoamericana para el Estudio y la Gestión Sostenible del Agua y el Saneamiento – RED AGUAS

 

18:30*

SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT: CHALLENGES, CONSEQUENCES AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE CROSS-BORDER DIMENSIONS OF THE WATER CYCLE

The variables given by the sociodemographic, economic and political profile of the resources and the specific characteristics of the natural environment where the Piracicaba, Capivari and Jundiái River Basins are located are presented and discussed. , their availability and the necessary conservation of water sources at national and international levels.

In order to face the challenges of water security, in its multiple dimensions, it is proposed to use tools from Information and Communication Technologies and Information Systems for the construction of management models based on the concept of intelligent hydrographic basins.

Speaker

Duarcides Ferreira Mariosa, Professor at PUC-Campinas

 

SMART WATER BASINS: USING ICT TO MINIMIZE WATER SECURITY CHALLENGES IN CROSS-BORDER REGIONS

Speaker

Orandi Mina Falsarella, Professor at PUC-Campinas

 

*In conjunction with the course International Relations - Themes, processes and actors (Professor Kelly Ferreira), International Relations Course at PUC Campinas (logo attached)

  • Date: June 9 (Thursday), 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm;
  • online event

 

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