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Do you think it’s no use if you want to preserve the Amazon and other biomes without thinking about the people who live there?
Or that generating wealth for these people and the country by destroying nature is not a sustainable plan over time, in addition to these riches being far short of what preserved nature can offer?
So, we’re on the same page.
The Amazon is half of Brazil’s territory and home to 30 million people.
Solutions to humanity’s problems, in the form of active ingredients, industrial inputs and even algorithms for the behaviour of living beings, are hidden in the Amazon and other biomes.
Our thesis is that Brazil will only be an advanced country if it discovers these solutions and, of course, patents them.
For this, it is necessary to promote the meeting between science and the knowledge of the people who live in the forest, who understand it intimately.
That’s our mission. And we’ll show you how you can get involved.