SEMA HOLDS ENVIRONMENTAL JUNE WITH ACTIVITIES DEDICATED TO THE ENVIRONMENT

06/13/2022

SEMA HOLDS ENVIRONMENTAL JUNE WITH ACTIVITIES DEDICATED TO THE ENVIRONMENT

To celebrate World Environment Day, celebrated last Sunday (5), the Secretary of State for the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMA), promoted a series of environmental activities between June 03 and 10.

The program began with the Launch of the Executive Summary of the Action Plan for the Conservation of Endangered Species in the Meio Norte Territory-MEIO NORTE PAT, it also featured ecological trails, workshops, donation of seedlings and training to stimulate environmental awareness and sustainability .

The action promoted by the Secretariat was aimed at children, adults, municipal managers and society. Some schools in the municipal and state education networks, such as the Elementary Education Unit Elzuila Abreu, in Turu and the Instituto de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia (IEMA) Pleno de São José de Ribamar, respectively, received the technical team from the Situation Room. from SEMA, which gave a lecture on hydrometeorological monitoring for the prevention of natural disasters, followed by a workshop on making handmade rain gauges.

“First we carried out the lecture, where we aborted concepts of natural disasters and their impacts on society and the environment, and in a second moment, we did the rain gauge making workshop, using discarded plastic bottles as raw material. We were able to address the importance of measuring the amount of rain and recycling”, said Caco Graça, Supervisor of Environmental Emergencies.

In the program, the training carried out at the headquarters and in the municipalities of Maranhão was also highlighted. The beginning of the series of courses took place on the morning of last Wednesday, the 8th, at the SEMA headquarters, which addressed the following themes: “Importance of the Institutional Technical Training Term (TCTI) to the Municipalization of Licensing”, taught by the secretary -Licensing Assistant, Rafael Maciel; “Municipal Environmental Licensing: fundamentals”, given by the Waste Supervisor and Environmental Analyst, Pedro Fernandes; “Grant: general aspects”, given by the Environmental Analyst and Geologist, Rebeca Matos.

The training actions in the municipalities began on the 8th, in São Bento, with a conversation circle on the themes: “Advances and challenges of the Maranhão Verde Program” and “Essence of payment programs for environmental services”, which included the participation of members of the Maranhão Verde Program, Young Environmental Agents, Civil Society and UEMA Students.

On Thursday (9), in the municipality of Barreirinhas, the Coastal Management workshop took place, which aimed to contextualize the history of Coastal Management in the State with the purpose of implementing the State Policy for Integrated Coastal Management, promoting the debate between the civil society and public entities on the subject.

During the week, with the aim of expanding the tree cover for the benefit of biodiversity and promoting the improvement of the municipality’s environmental quality, native seedlings of jambo, pitanga, cupuaçu and açaí were donated at SEMA’s headquarters.

In addition to the free distribution of seedlings made daily throughout the week, it took place on the afternoon of this Friday, the 10th, the planting of seedlings in the Rangedor Park.

To celebrate World Environment Day, celebrated last Sunday (5), the Secretary of State for the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMA), promoted a series of environmental activities between June 03 and 10.

The program began with the Launch of the Executive Summary of the Action Plan for the Conservation of Endangered Species in the Meio Norte Territory-MEIO NORTE PAT, it also featured ecological trails, workshops, donation of seedlings and training to stimulate environmental awareness and sustainability .

The action promoted by the Secretariat was aimed at children, adults, municipal managers and society. Some schools in the municipal and state education networks, such as the Elementary Education Unit Elzuila Abreu, in Turu and the Instituto de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia (IEMA) Pleno de São José de Ribamar, respectively, received the technical team from the Situation Room. from SEMA, which gave a lecture on hydrometeorological monitoring for the prevention of natural disasters, followed by a workshop on making handmade rain gauges.

“First we carried out the lecture, where we aborted concepts of natural disasters and their impacts on society and the environment, and in a second moment, we did the rain gauge making workshop, using discarded plastic bottles as raw material. We were able to address the importance of measuring the amount of rain and recycling”, said Caco Graça, Supervisor of Environmental Emergencies.

In the program, the training carried out at the headquarters and in the municipalities of Maranhão was also highlighted. The beginning of the series of courses took place on the morning of last Wednesday, the 8th, at the SEMA headquarters, which addressed the following themes: “Importance of the Institutional Technical Training Term (TCTI) to the Municipalization of Licensing”, taught by the secretary -Licensing Assistant, Rafael Maciel; “Municipal Environmental Licensing: fundamentals”, given by the Waste Supervisor and Environmental Analyst, Pedro Fernandes; “Grant: general aspects”, given by the Environmental Analyst and Geologist, Rebeca Matos.

The training actions in the municipalities began on the 8th, in São Bento, with a conversation circle on the themes: “Advances and challenges of the Maranhão Verde Program” and “Essence of payment programs for environmental services”, which included the participation of members of the Maranhão Verde Program, Young Environmental Agents, Civil Society and UEMA Students.

On Thursday (9), in the municipality of Barreirinhas, the Coastal Management workshop took place, which aimed to contextualize the history of Coastal Management in the State with the purpose of implementing the State Policy for Integrated Coastal Management, promoting the debate between the civil society and public entities on the subject.

During the week, with the aim of expanding the tree cover for the benefit of biodiversity and promoting the improvement of the municipality’s environmental quality, native seedlings of jambo, pitanga, cupuaçu and açaí were donated at SEMA’s headquarters.

In addition to the free distribution of seedlings made daily throughout the week, it took place on the afternoon of this Friday, the 10th, the planting of seedlings in the Rangedor Park.

Text: Jully Araújo, Sandy Alencar

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