Jornal Cidadania • Edition 53 • Year 7 - March / April 2010
sewage and sanitation
How the sewage collection and treatment problem is being handled in Brazil, one of the greatest challenges the country has before it
“It could be stubbornness, craziness or a dream. But I believe in what I do,” says the researcher who tries to keep alive the memory of childhood games
In São Paulo, the outskirts have a voice. And COOPERIFA is one of those that speaks more loudly
A process of including citizens in the culture of a society from which they were excluded, in the sense of depriving them of access to their fundamental rights.
There was a similar debate ten years ago. At the end of 2000, when Law No. 10.167 banned cigarette advertising in newspapers, magazines, radio and television, internet and outdoors, the country took a step forward in the fight against smoking, but approval was not unanimous.
Chemical engineer Renan Lindner, sustainability consultant for the Knowing to Sustain project: Itajaí Valley is designing an ecologically efficient neighborhood in the municipality of Gaspar (SC), reports more details of the root zone technology used to collect and treat sanitary sewage in the so-called Margem Esquerda (Left Bank) development.
Researchers study ways to resolve water contamination by industrial waste, using available waste biomass
The Jornal Cidadania is a Bunge Foundation publication, it was released in 2001, it's objective is to spread knowledge and ideas and estimulate actions and sustentable practices.
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