PodMinerar Podcast: The Contribution of The New Economies to Keep the Forest Standing

The new economies can play an important role in protecting forests and promoting the well-being of indigenous peoples, while ensuring a sustainable future for the region.

At PodMinerar Podcast this Tuesday, May 16th, the CEO at Manioca, Joanna Martins, and the PhD in Territorial Development – Environment and Landscape and Executive Secretary of the project ‘A Concertation for the Amazon’, Fernanda Rennó.

The experts discussed how the new economies contribute to the preservation of biomes and, at the same time, to regional development and to ensuring the survival of the populations that live in the region.

The Amazon and New Economies International Conference

This theme will be debated at the International Conference on the Amazon and New Economies, held by the Brazilian Mining Institute (IBRAM) on August 30, 31 and September 1, 2023.

Among the objectives of the event are:

  • Supporting a qualified debate on the theme of the new economies in the Amazon, in a broad and unrestricted way.
  • Contributing to the preparation of a medium and long-term agenda on the subject, to promote the integration of actions between the public and private sectors, by promoting new economies.
  • Guiding and contributing to the discussions of the 2025 COP.
  • Identifying and evaluating possible bridges between the mineral sector and the new economies, highlighting new opportunities for cooperation and investment.

It will also be an opportunity to present how corporate mining has been striving to raise the potential to contribute to the conservation of Amazonian biodiversity, through responsible management and social development in mining territories. Click here for more information.

What is the PodMinerar Podcast?

The PodMinerar Podcast is another IBRAM communication channel to disseminate a broad debate on the future of mining and the mining of the future. The episodes are released every Tuesday at 5 pm on digital audio platforms such as Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Podcast and on the IBRAM website.


For registration and general information about the Conference, contact IBRAM:

+55 31 2626-8036 |

Communication Office

Ana Flávia Flôres
+55 61 98165-3935

João Freire
+55 61 99252-5298









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