Carlos Alberto de Mattos Scaramuzza
Carlos Alberto de Mattos Scaramuzza has thirty-two years of professional experience in conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, developing technical advice, scientific research and project management. Focused on bridging the gap between technical and scientific research and practical applications, he has been involved in the implementation of public policies and project and program management. His areas of expertise include conservation biology, vegetation and landscape ecology, biogeography, land use dynamics, GIS applications and environmental modeling; ecology of rainforests, cerrado and fields. He is also specialist and certified instructor in Open Standards for Conservation Practice and Professor at the Professional Master in Sustainability Science, at the Department of Geography and Environment, at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio).
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Summary for public policies: prioritizing areas for forest recovery in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Summary for public policies: prioritizing areas for forest recovery in the Brazilian Amazon
2020 in retrospective
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Rewild to mitigate the climate crisis, urge leading scientists
Nature: Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration