Green Rights Network: Environmental Protection and Economic Development

By Édelis Martinazzo Dallagnol.

Published by The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

Green Rights Network project merges three years of work from more than one hundred academic and professional volunteers for building interdisciplinary solutions for sustainable development challenges in Brazil.
Laid on the tri-partite foundation “Economy, Law and Environment”, Gespar (BNB/PNUD Participative Management for Local Development) and European Development Fund methodologies were followed and several ONU Millennium Goals are contemplated, with the support of the Environmental Law Committee of Paraná State Sectional of Brazilian Lawyers Organization – OAB/PR, and several Scientists, Researchers, Professors and graduate and undergraduate students from areas such as Law, Medicine and Engineers – opinion formation public.
Central theme “Environmental protection and economic development” was partitioned on 60 work themes related to natural resources protection, alternative energies and sustainable development, littoral and coastal environment, dwelling rights, forestry, familiar agriculture, biosecurity and environmental responsibility (including monetary transit and business concurrency). 680 juridical articles and 217 juridical book titles will be published, bringing solutions for problems caused by legislative blanks and the lack of reliable technical-juridical information.
Initial impact extension is national, with possible international reflex, due to the growing internationalization of Environmental Law. Mainly, this project will impact Brazilian industrial and commercial development, turning juridical doctrine suitable to the daily-based reality, enabling sustainable development for economic activities of national interest.
With environmental, social, public policies, juridical, academic and economic sustainability, this project reaches the national seek for education, environmental protection and juridical security for business investments.

Keywords: Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, Sustainable Development, Environmental Protection, Social Work, Social-Environmental Project, Research and Development, Sustainable Economical Development

The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.89-101. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 438.596KB).

Édelis Martinazzo Dallagnol

Coordinator of Planning and Control, Project Management Center of Excellence, Rede Direito Verde (Green Rights Network), Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil

Édelis Martinazzo Dallagnol has taken Graduation Degree under Veterinarian Medicine (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná – PUCPR) and Master’s Degree under Animal Science, on Monogastric Nutrition and Production (Universidade Federal de Viçosa – UFV), along which was Visitor Researcher at the University of Alberta, Canada; these researches were presented at the International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs (DPP 2006), at Vejle, Denmark, on 2006, and published on Livestock Science on 2007. Dallagnol was taking Doctor’s Degree under Material Sciences and Engineer (PIPE, Universidade Federal do Paraná – UFPR), researching for solutions on Food and Animal Industry residues, and has worked with social-environmental projects within the last 6 years. Currently, Dallagnol owns and directs a Research and Development Institute named Ethical Solutions. Dallagnol is Environmental Expert and Audit, has published 10 technical and scientific books on areas such as Animal Nutrition, Rural Economy, Credit Supplying System, Law and Sociology, and is also taking the penultimate year of Bachelor’s Degree on Law, at UFPR.

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