Ana Cristina Campos Marques
Curitiba - Brazil
Woman, engineer, teacher, consultant. Many years of working with sustainability at various segments of society (national and multinational companies, universities, communities).
But above all, a common human being, willing to help, share, transform!
Photo by Cristina Rijskamp
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Tag Archives: Sustainability
I have had the joy and honor of being invited by the city of Oslo to present my research on the same Venue of Nobel Peace Prize! Photo 1 – Audience of my presentation in Oslo Following is a summary … Continue reading
The world is facing complex sustainability challenges, manifested in many interdependent crises, including climate change, deforestation and desertification, hunger and poverty, lack of drinking water, public health issues, political conflicts, institutional failure, loss of biodiversity, among others. All these crises … Continue reading
Elinor Ostrom, the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in Economic Science, studied cases around the world in which communities successfully regulated common resources (like forests or fisheries) use through cooperation. The research overturned the conventional wisdom about the … Continue reading
Much has been said about the end of world in 2012 … I sincerely hope this be true … Now you must be wondering…how a person who intends to write about “sustainability” wants the word´s end? Calm down, I’ll explain … Continue reading