Global climate change is one of the biggest problems facing humanity today.
The complexity of the scientific understanding of this phenomenon introduces a high degree of uncertainty, which makes difficult to identify adaptation strategies, especially in cities.
To support decision makers, we work with different perspectives, seeking a more integrated vision in the development of proposals. Our work includes the urban agenda, as well as the elaboration of a guide for cities to develop Adaptation Plans or studies under a more quantitative approach of the risks and vulnerabilities of critical infrastructures in Brazil to climate changes, as well as the mitigation of impacts through projects, restoration and forest conservation.
Science: Set ambitious goals for biodiversity and sustainability
Nature: Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration
Restoring 30% of the world’s ecosystems in priority areas could stave off more than 70% of projected extinctions and absorb nearly half of the carbon built up in the atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution
Humanity at a crossroads, says UN Global Biodiversity Outlook 5
Economic Benefits of Protecting 30% of Planet’s Land and Ocean Outweigh the Costs at Least 5-to-1
Empty streets and reduced pollution: Environment benefits from coronavirus expansion
“From disaster risk reduction to ecosystem-based adaptation in favelas” – CSRio seminar welcomes Ebba Brink
Forest Management and Decision-making Under Rapid Global Change – CSRio seminar welcomes Jacob Bukoski
PLANGEA – Planning Integrated Land Use
GEF Private Areas – Conserving biodiversity and rural landscapes
Economics of climate change in Brazil
Sustainable Rural Development in Paraitinga River Basin, São Paulo State
Soil quality and cleaner atmosphere