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International colloquium Design of analytical frameworks for research on the network of Amazonian cities in Ecuador
  December 8th 2021
Online - https://bit.ly/3qB8AsX

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PALESTRA NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
14 de Dezembro 2021
On-line - NYIT

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XVIII ENCUENTRO OF GEOGRAPHIES OF LATIN AMERICA
NOVEMBER 30rd - DECEMBER 04th 2021
Argentina

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1.0 FORO LATINO AMERICANO DE CIUDADES PORTUARIAS MARITIMAS
22-29 DE OUTUBRO 2021
República 
Dominicana

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Online broadcast - November 17th and 18th from 2 pm to 5:30 pm

Part of the UrbanSus Seminar Cycle

NOVEMBER 17th, 2020

Opening:

Buckeridge Marks  (IB and IEA/USP) and  Arlindo Philippi Jr.  (FSP and  IEA/USP)

Panel I - City and Porto Development Process

   1. Characteristics of Chilean Maritime Cities -  Voltaire Alvarado Peterson  (Institute of Geography  

    - UC Chile)

   2. Aspects of the Port Area of Valparaíso and San Antonio -  Alberto Texido Zlatar  (FAU - U-Chile)

   3. Bío Bío Coastal Edge Recovery Plan. 10 Years After 27f -  Sergio Baeriswyl  (Faculty

    in  Architecture Construction and Design - UBB)

Moderator:  Buckeridge Marks  (IB and IEA/USP)

Debaters:  Carlos Andrés Hernández Arriagada  (MACKENZIE,  FAU and  IEA/USP)

        Tatiana Tucunduva P. Cortese  (UNINOVE, IEA/USP).

Reporter:  Glaucia Cristina Garcia dos Santos  (FAU/USP)

 NOVEMBER 18th 2020

14h - 14h30

 

 

14h30 - 17h

17h - 17h30

Opening:

Buckeridge Marks  (IB and IEA/USP) and  Arlindo Philippi Jr.  (FSP and  IEA/USP)

Panel II -  Active Agents in the Physical-Geographic Structuring of Territories

    1. Metropolitan Territorial Planning, Challenges and Conflicts of Port Logistics and Mobility

     urban -  Claudia Garcia-Lima  (FAUG, University  in  Conception)

    2. Dialogue Tables as Models of Territorial Agents -  Maria Veronica Alarcon  (University of

     Conception)

    3.  Port System and Territorial Relations  -  Jorge Beyer Barrientos  (Universidad Católica de la

     Blessed Conception)

    4. International Relations Models and Export Corridors -  Carlos Sanhueza  Sanchez  

     (University of Conception)

Moderator:  Arlindo Philippi Jr.  (FSP and  IEA/USP)

Debaters:  Carlos Andrés Hernández Arriagada  (MACKENZIE,  FAU and  IEA/USP)

         Debora Sotto  (IEA/USP)

Reporter:  Glaucia Cristina Garcia dos Santos  (FAU/USP)

debate and closing

 
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FUNDAMENTALS FOR URBAN SUSTAINABILITY  POST-PANDEMIC:  ODS AGENDA 2030 UN

This Urbansus Webinar, in celebration of Environment Week, aims to contribute to the understanding, reflection and confrontation of post-pandemic urban life, addressing situations and propositions that can be used by public managers and other representations of society.

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Opening

Guilherme Ary PLonski (IEA/USP); Sérgio Gomes (Oboré); Marcos Buckeridge (IB-IEA/USP) and Arlindo Philippi Jr. (FSP-IEA/USP)

Exhibitors

  Ivan Carlos Maglio;  Gérsica Moraes Nogueira da Silva;  Victor Kinjo;  Fabio Bacchiegga;  Carlos Andrés Hernandez Arriagada

Moderation

Arlindo Philippi Jr.  (FSP-IEA/USP) and  Marcos Buckeridge (IB-IEA/USP)

 
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GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE PANDEMIC: ODS 5 IN THE POST-COVID 19 SCENARIO

Third event in the series "Project  “Latin American Metropolises: Sustainable instruments for territorial development in the face of bad weather”.  THE   The pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus has accentuated the conflicts and challenges arising from gender inequalities. In fact, it can be seen all over the world that women have been particularly impacted by the pandemic, mainly due to the worsening of economic and social inequalities, which already existed before, due to the process of social isolation necessary to control the spread of the virus.

Presentation and mediation -  Roxane Defendant  (USP Newspaper)

Opening -  Roseli of God Lopes  (Deputy Director of the IEA)

Panel I - Women and work

Luciana Fukimoto Itikawa  (FIAM/FAAM/FMU and WIEGO)

Panel II - Violence against women

Wânia Pasinato  (IEA,  USP Women and UN Women Brazil)

Panel III - Incarcerated female population

Surrilly Fernandes Youssef  (Public Defender of the State of São Paulo)

Panel IV - Women and the city

Daniela Campos  Liborio  (CFOAB and PUC SP)

Panel V -  Black women and gendered racism

Juliane Cintra  (NGO Educational Action)

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WEATHER TERRITORY POST COVID-19

SLOWING CLIMATE CHANGE

Second meeting of the cycle  Territory  in  Weather:  Post-Covid-19, the activity has  as an objective to collaborate and bring together solutions that allow bringing to the debate the Deceleration of Climate Change as a central theme. this aspect  in  function of being the element to be seen as a weather among several physical or geographical ones, which must be changed  in  function of the current ways in which spaces, the city and uses are being occupied and how they should  be rethought.

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Exposure

Carlos Murdoch  (FAU-UVA)

Gogliardo V. Maragno  (FAU-UFRS)

Gustavo Duran  (Flacso/Ecuador)

Tatiana T. P. Cortese  (PPGCIS/Uninove and IEA/USP)

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Mediation

Carlos Andrés Hernández Arriagada  (FAU-Mackenzie and IEA/USP)

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WEATHER TERRITORY POST COVID-19

EMERGENCY PROTOCOLS

This Urbansus Webinar, in celebration of Environment Week, aims to contribute to the understanding, reflection and confrontation of post-pandemic urban life, addressing situations and propositions that can be used by public managers and other representations of society.

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Exposure

Claudia Garcia-Lima  (FAUG-UDECONCE)

Débora Sotto  (IEA-USP)

Eduardo Pereira  (Sry-Lanka Consulate)

Carlos Andrés Hernández Arriagada  (FAU-UPM and IEA-USP)

Mediation

Carlos Murdoch  (FAU-UVA)

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UNAM Seminar
Center for Research in Environmental Geography (CIGA)

"Hinterlândia as a territorial promoter of changing areas arising from the deindustrialization process"

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Organization:  National Autonomous University of Mexico

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USP Global Cities Symposia
2019 (10th meeting)

Globalization, Productive Restructuring and Urban Interventions in areas and transformation: The case of Latin American ports.

The symposium's main objective is to open the discussion to the current issues of the port border through guiding questions that may indicate possible paths for the production of “Super Hinterland's/Retro-Lands” and the productive restructuring in fostering the generation of urbanities.

  Industrial Zones: Case Mooca/SP  – Dr. Eduardo Cusce Nobre (FAUUSP)

  Puerto de Barcelona / Rio de Janeiro  – Dr. Jorge Basani (FAUUSP)

  Port of Santos  - Carlos A. Hernández A. (IEAUSP/FAUMACK)

  Puerto Madero  – Guillermo Jajamovich (UBA)

  Puerto de Valparaiso  – Glaucia Garcia (FAUUSP)

  Puerto de Concepción  – Claudia Garcia Lima (UDEC)