In days 9 and 10 of October, were carried through in the Federal University of the ABC the “Metropolitan Seminary on Governance de Riscos and Adaptação to the Climatic Changes”.
The team of the Cioeste (Intermunicipal Trust of the Region West Metropolitan of São Paulo) participated of the event and had the chance to present the index of vulnerability to the climatic changes developed for the Region West Metropolitan of São Paulo.
The seminary had as purpose to promote the debate how much the action, research, mappings and information that are necessary to give have supported to the structuring of the Metropolitan Plan of Adaptation to the Climatic Changes. The event happens as result of the PDUI-RMSP (Plan of Urban Development Integrated of the Region Metropolitan of São Paulo).
On governmental institutions and of research to the Governance metropolitan and management of ambient risks, beyond city halls of the cities that are part of the RMSP, had been able to be congregated and if to articulate around the cause. The initiative also counted on support of the Thematic Chamber Metropolitan of Management of Ambient Risks.
Some boarded subjects had been the impacts of the climatic changes in urban areas, as it is the case of the Region Metropolitan of São Paulo; the challenges in the management of waters in scenes of changes in the climate; experiences of management of risks undertaken for the Governance metropolitan in Brazil; e the index of vulnerability to the climatic changes produced by the Cioeste.
The pioneering study undertaken by the trust, in partnership with the Bank of Development of Latin America (Caf), it comes being each time more recognized as an efficient and replicável measure of previous preparation for the confrontation to the climatic changes.
The research monitored the current and future vulnerability of cities that integrate the Cioeste (Barueri, Carapicuíba, Cotia, Itapevi, Jandira, Osasco, Pirapora do Bom Jesus and Santana de Parnaíba) to the climatic changes, with the objective to establish measured of adaptation to such alternations foreseen for the climate.