Emerging topics

Ongoing Projects

Implemented Projects

Publications

These themes have been defined in three subtopics, which are:

Climate Change has the objective to coordinate and harness efforts in the region to counter the impacts of climate change, mainly by protecting the Amazon and its local populations identifying alternatives to strengthen regional cooperation.

Regional Development has the objective to promote economic and social development in integrated and sustainable Amazonian spaces by coordinating and disseminating public policies geared to job creation and income generation within a vision of sustainable economic development for the Amazon.

Energy has the objective to identify and exchange energy generation and consumption technologies that are adequate for the Amazon Region and preserve its ecosystems and landscapes, with full respect for the sovereignty of the Member Countries and taking into account their national laws.

Additionally, regarding these Emerging Issues, ACTO’s action incorporates the thematic content of the social component of the ASCA that was built from the decision of the Member Countries and the priorities accorded in the Declarations of their decision-making bodies.

Parallel to the formulation of a proposal for a regional cooperation project on the Emerging Topics, the following initiatives are underway:

  • Support for ecological and economic zoning in the State of Roraima in Brazil
  • Youth Contest: Discovering the Amazon

Ongoing Projects

Amazon Basin Project

Amazon Basin Project

Project Implementation of the Strategic Actions Program in the Amazon River Basin considering climate variability and change (Amazon Basin Project)VideosPhotosMore informationsDialogue and action in the Amazon Basin: for the world's largest river Pollution of the...

Implemented Projects

Project Support to the Amazonian Social Agenda of ACTO

Project Support to the Amazonian Social Agenda of ACTO

Project Support to the Amazonian Social Agenda of ACTO More informations Publications Documents The Project emerged as a South-South Cooperation initiative between the Brazilian Government and ACTO with the objective of contributing to the incorporation of the social...

Publications

Program for Biological Diversity of the Amazon Basin/Region

Program for Biological Diversity of the Amazon Basin/Region

Amazon Strategic Cooperation Agenda

Amazon Strategic Cooperation Agenda

Newsletter – Peru: Manu National Park (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Newsletter – Peru: Manu National Park (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Integrated and Sustainable Management of Transboundary Water Resources in the Amazon River Basin

Integrated and Sustainable Management of Transboundary Water Resources in the Amazon River Basin

Legal Basis 2003-2012

Legal Basis 2003-2012

Amendment Protocol

Program for the development of a Regional Agenda for Protection of Indigenous Peoples

Amazon Cooperation Treaty

Regulation of the CCOOR

Regulation of the CCA

Regulation of the Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs (DUPLICA ESSE AQUI)

Newsletter – Peru: Manu National Park (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Strategic Action Program – SAP

Strategic Action Program – SAP

Compilation of the activities of the ACTO MC in the International Year of Biodiversity

Compilation of the activities of the ACTO MC in the International Year of Biodiversity

Newsletter nº3 Project Bioamazon

Newsletter nº3 Project Bioamazon

Newsletter nº2 Project Bioamazon

STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR PROTECTING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN VOLUNTARY ISOLATION AND INITIAL CONTACT

Regional report “on the status of forests in the Amazon Region”

Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis – TDA

Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis – TDA

Amazon Waters – 10 Research Projects on the World’s Largest River Basin

Regional and Transboundary Conservation Initiatives in the Amazon Region

Successful Initiatives in Water Resources Management

Project Support to the Amazonian Social Agenda of ACTO

Project Support to the Amazonian Social Agenda of ACTO

Strategic Plan 2004 – 2012

Newsletter – Bolivia: Yuqui tribe (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Newsletter – Colombia: Rio Puré and Cahuinarí Nati (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Newsletter – Brazil: Javari Valley (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

2º Regional Map 2013 (Monitoring Project)

Newsletter – Peru: Manu National Park (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Factsheets of the GEF Amazon Project

Factsheets of the GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter – Ecuador: Yasuni Park (Field Missions – Coord. Indigenous Affairs)

Newsletter nº 6 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 8 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 5 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 2 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 7 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 10 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 3 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 1 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 9 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 1 – Monitoring Project

Newsletter nº 4 – GEF Amazon Project

Newsletter nº 2 – Monitoring Project

Regional Map 2000 – 2010 (Monitoring Project)

Poster_transboundary waters

Report of Activities of the Pro Tempore Secretariat

Suriname’s National Consultation Workshop on Criteria and Indicators

Sectoral Agenda Conservation,Protection and Sustainable Use of Renewable Natural Resources Subtopic:

Small-Scale Processing of Native and Introduced Amazon Fruits and Vegetables

Intergrated Circuits of Tourism

Developing Environmentally Sustainable Community

Guyana’s National Consultation Workshop on Criteria and Indicators

Cooperation Opportunities in the Amazon Region

Changes in the Hydroclimatology of the Amazon Basin and derived risks for Humans and Vulnerable Ecos

Amazonian Strategic Cooperation Agenda

Monitoring Deforestation,Logging and Land Use Change in the Pan Amazonian Forest

Legal Framework of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty

Community Forest Management in the Center-South of the Ecuadorian Amazon

Indigenous peoples and other tribal communities

Program Environmental Health Surveillance System for the Amazon Region

Program Environmental Health Surveillance System for the Amazon Region

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