LIFE Institute has launched a public consultation to obtain feedback on the International Standard on Sustainable Territorial Management it is developing along with a wide range of stakeholders. The Standard aims to establish clear rules so the local actors (public and private, in urban and rural areas) can adapt and coordinate their actions to jointly promote sustainability.
The project is aligned with the purpose of achieving a sustainable territorial management that harmonizes health and prosperous societies with the maintenance of biodiversity and productivity of the ecosystem in the long term.
To deal with this challenge, LIFE Institute, Itaipu Binational and Itaipu Technological Park are working together to launch an International Standard on Sustainable Territorial Management. The Standard aims to establish clear rules so the local actors (public and private, in urban and rural areas) can adapt and coordinate their actions to jointly promote sustainability.
The Standard will also function as a diagnostic tool, applied through a software, which will allow defining and monitoring strategies and good practices in the territory, considering its Economic, Environmental, Social and Cultural aspects.
According to FAO, Sustainable Territorial Management combine technologies, policies and activities aimed at integrating socio-economic principles with environmental concerns so as to simultaneously:
This consultation is open until 19th of July, 2020, 23:50 (UTC-3/Brasilia Time).
Answers and feedback received will be published, anonymously to preserve individual confidentiality, in a public report that will be provided to stakeholders and will be available on LIFE Institute website.
Along the form, your analysis will be performed by Principle, separately, following number sequence.