Sanitation of Cities and Sustainable Systems:
Collective Intelligence in Health Crises
The theme of the II CIAS will be guided by the dialogue of the following thematic axes:
Management and management of urban solid waste in times of health crisis:
Objective: to discuss the risks to health and protection of formal and informal workers (street cleaning, garbage collection, selective collection), treatment of new waste produced in series (masks, tests, vaccines: expired, packaging), etc.
Sustainable systems and new environmental dynamics and technologies:
Objective: Discuss how the implications of sustainability result in social processes and environmental changes called socio-environmental vulnerability and its challenges in times of pandemic. The urban socio-environmental vulnerability shows the heterogeneity of the impacts arising from the risks on the population (urban socioenvironmental risk and vulnerability) This excluding and segregating urban dynamic determines an increasingly vulnerable landscape, marked by the prevalence of the survival strategy that privileges practices of environmental deterioration and increased risk exposure in times of pandemic.
Sustainability, education and socio-environmental vulnerability: challenges of the pandemic
Objective: environmental problems and their relationship between nature and society generate problems and socio-environmental vulnerability, and this has worsened in times of pandemic. In this context, we must think of EE as a transversal and interdisciplinary theme, meaning the integration of knowledge that leads to thinking about sustainability from the meaningful and contextualized teaching/learning process.
Life at the center of urban management and collective intelligence:
Objective: to present the environmental consequences of urban and population growth There is a growing demand for housing, infrastructure, sanitation, health and education services, among other equipment, which has brought challenges to urban management. Therefore, the management and exploitation of resources and services in urban spaces and areas of the territory need to be discussed in an environmentally rational and balanced perspective. Collective intelligence can be the solution for social innovation of these problems, engaging the urban population to make decisions about the city and proposing new ways to connect society for the common good.
People-environment relationship and sustainability: the challenges of the pandemic:
Objective: to discuss how people think and relate to environments (natural and built), their social norms and how they shape human attitudes and actions that, in turn, alter nature. The person-environment relationship aims to improve the quality of life and environment of all living beings. It assumes that there is a mutual relationship between people and environments and that human actions can favor or prevent the conservation and preservation of the environment. By analyzing and understanding the behaviors and contexts where people are inserted, it is possible to propose strategies that aim at a sustainable way of thinking and acting.
Public policies, health and environment
Objective: to present the contributions of public policies in their implementation, evaluation and results of programs related to health and the environment, identifying the network of actors involved. Or, evaluate efficiency, effectiveness and/or effectiveness of health and environment policies, relating the proposed objectives of policies and programs with the results obtained.
Solid Waste Valuation: Circular Economy and Innovation
Objective: to discuss the contribution of energy recovery from urban solid waste to the improvement of environmental quality and to promote sustainable development and to present the valorization of solid waste as a centerpiece for innovation. solid waste, for the incorporation of technical changes in the economy and society and consequently for the competitiveness of this alternative source of energy, waste.
Artistic and cultural animations
Circles of conversation
National and International Exchanges
GEDAE 2021 will take place online/live, making it possible to reach distant audiences.
In particular, it will be associated with the International Congress on Environment & Sustainability - II CIAS, organized in Brazil, which has as its main theme: “SANITATION OF CITIES AND SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS: COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE FACING HEALTH CRISES”.
This Congress allows the exchange between all social actors involved with these themes: communities, researchers, managers, entrepreneurs, startups, collectors, associations. Know more...
II INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYMPOSIUM - IES
I INTERNATIONAL CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES SYMPOSIUM - ICTS
The International Clean Technologies Symposium - ICTS, a biannual event, is a space for interdisciplinary discussion among scientists, professionals, educators, students and society about Clean Technologies, Environment and Sustainability related to urban and rural space. Know more...
IETC: The Institute of Entrepreneurial Training and Continuing Education (IFEE) is a civil society of private, non-profit and indefinite duration, established on September 4, 1999, with statutory regulations, headquarters and jurisdiction in the city of Fortaleza, Capital of the State of Ceará.
IETC, from the systemic perspective and the protection of life and the environment, seeks, through its research and actions, to integrate psychosocial, economic, environmental, cultural, educational and community aspects. In an inter and transdisciplinary way, it promotes possibilities for personal and collective development, strengthening the identity and autonomy of the people involved in its processes.
RETE - Recyclable Transformation Enterprises is a Project that aims at the inclusion and integration of people in situations of social vulnerability (Scavengers, women, CAP patients, etc.), aiming at psychosocial monitoring, citizenship, job and income generation. It consists of a space for learning, action research and economic, social, cultural and environmental education intervention.
RETE brings in its identity the collective construction of an experiential process giving meaning to human, personal and professional evolution in a progressive way. The systemic view of these processes allows the opening for all people to be always well, as long as they are to do their part and join, act collectively. Hence, the image of the “ant” in its logo, as a symbol that we cannot do it alone, but each one doing their part, we will be able to take care of our "Common House" and life in all dimensions... all welcome: "EntreNoEMTRE".
Dra. Maria Eulaidia de Araujo
IETC - Institute for Entrepreneurial Training and Continuing Education - LERHA - UNIFOR - CE - Brazil.
Organizing Nuclei II ICES
Dra. Maria Eulaidia de Araujo
IETC - Institute of Entrepreneurial Training and Continuing Education - Brazil/France
Pascale Martel Naquin
CEFREPAD - France
Eline Prado Santos Feitosa
Federal University of Sergipe - Brazil
Wanderlan Santos Porto
Federal Institute of Sergipe - Brazil
Support / Technical Support
Technology, Information and Communication
Leonardo Lopes Camargo
Espaço de Renascer Assessoria e Consultoria - CE - Brazil
Isabela Machado de Moraes
Cesumar University - Unicesumar - PR - Brazil.
Alba Regina Azevedo Arana
Unoeste - University of the West of São Paulo - Unoeste - SP - Brazil
Adeildo Cabral da Silva
IFCE - Scientific Committee Coordinator - CE - Brazil
Gisele Victor Batista
Harpy Environment - SC - Brazil
Isabele Picada Emanuelli
Cesumar University - Unicesumar - PR - Brazil
Karla Patricia Martins Ferreira
Post-Doctorate in Psychology - LERHA-UNIFOR - Brazil
Márcia Aparecida Andreazzi
Federal Institute of Sergipe - Brazil
Cultural Art Center
Maria Clevandira Dias Mota
Portal da Luz and Permaculture Institute - CE - Brazil
Ruana Michela Santos Cardoso
Federal University of Sergipe - SE - Brazil
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