The state deputy Junior Favacho (MDB) proposed the creation of a Parliamentary Front to strengthen Amapá’s participation in the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP-30), which will take place in Belém, in the state of Pará, in 2025. The objective of this proposal is to involve Amapá in the discussion about environmental preservation and the social and economic challenges of the Amazon region.
“The creation of the Parliamentary Front represents a union of institutional efforts and plays a strategic role in collaboration and strengthening institutions. Furthermore, it places our state at the center of this important debate for the development of the region. COP-30 will be one of the biggest events on this topic held in Brazil, and Amapá must be actively involved”, said the deputy.
The parliamentarian also emphasized that COP-30 will discuss economic alternatives to combat climate change and preserve the environment, including the bioeconomy, which is one of the main potentialities of the Amazon region and, especially, of Amapá.
“We must lead this discussion on the green economy, seeking to align preservation with sustainable development. Amapá is a state rich in resources that must be explored responsibly for the benefit of our population”.
The proposal to create the Parliamentary Front to Strengthen COP-30 was presented by deputy Júnior Favacho through Request 2370/2023, filed with the Legislative Assembly of Amapá (Alap) in August this year. If approved, the Front will be composed of five representatives from the state legislature, including a general coordinator, who will be occupied by Junior Favacho, one vice-coordinator and three members.
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