“To celebrate nature, entretain and inspire!”

April, 22 at 8PM


Dialogue between GREENPEACE, S.O.S Mata Atlântica and WWF that highlight the importance of the role of large NGOs to promote collective actions between civil society, NGOs, government and the company to prevent deforestation and fires.


Cristiane Mazzetti – Greenpeace: environmental manager from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a master’s degree in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE). A professional and environmental activist, she works with issues related to deforestation and land use, specifically in the areas of campaigns and advocacy. She is currently a senior campaigner for Greenpeace Brazil’s Amazon campaign.

Mario Mantovani – SOS Mata Atlântica: Geographer, a specialist in watershed management, he has been working in the environmental area for over 40 years. He worked at the Secretariat of the Environment of the State of São Paulo and, since 1991, he is at the Fundação SOS Mata Atlântica, where he is responsible for advocacy.

April, 25 at 4PM


Filmmakers Alan Lobo, Doty Luz and João Pasquale bring to the public how cinema and culture can influence environmental awareness. How productions can help create a more sustainable world.


Alan Lobo: Alan Lobo has been a cultural producer since 2003. He is the creator, director and curator of Facine – Chapada Diamantina Environmental Film Festival, which took place between April 1 and 10, 2021. He has been a producer and curator of Cine Caeté since 2018, a film club. held in Vale do Capão, Chapada Diamantina. He was the creator, curator and general coordinator of the Flica-Festa Internacional Literária de Cachoeira in its first two editions, in 2011 and 2012.

Doty Luz: Cultural Producer, Filmmaker, Educator and Biologist. Director of the International Environmental Film Festival of Serra Catarinense and Consultant in Audiovisual Literacy.

João Pasquale: Wildlife filmmaker. Filmmaker and founder of the production company MarBrasilis, João has recorded in more than 20 countries, working for several international TV stations, specializing in HD, 4K and VR documentary productions, with an emphasis on nature films, ranging from social to scientific. He studied at the University of São Paulo in the course of biology, skkiper, and solo diver. Currently: Short pre-production The Legend of the Firebird first Brazilian medium in VR – Virtual Reality, pre-production of the Gênesis Project (4K and VR), Pre-production of the Planeta Água project (4K and VR).

April, 27 at 8PM


How ancestral traditions and knowledge can join science in building a more sustainable Brazil.


Samela Sateré-Mawé: Indigenous of the Sateré Mawé people, student of Biology at the State University of Amazonas, environmental activist at @fridaysforfuturebrasil, young communicator at the Articulation of the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (Apib) @apiboficial and presenter at @canalreload in addition to integrating the Association of Indigenous Women Sateré Mawé (Amism) @amism_sateremawe and the Movement of Indigenous Students of Amazonas (Meiam), and being an indigenous agenda consultant at the Sustainable Amazon Foundation (FAS) @fasamazonia

Telma Taurepang: General Coordinator of UMIAB, Academic in anthrpology at UFRR. It is part of the GT-GCF, on climate change. She is a member of Ecmia / Chirapac in the WSC65 forum space and is a Member of the PODALLI-COIAB Fund, Base of APIB-COIAB.

April, 28 at 8PM


What needs to be done to avoid burning in the Pantanal and the Amazon and what strategies need to be taken to avoid the destruction of the Brazilian ecosystem?


Jenifer Larrea – ONG É o Bicho: Volunteer, Co-founder and President of the group É o Bicho MT !, created in 2015. Protector active in the animal cause for over 7 years in Cuiabá. In 2020 she developed the work of feeding the animals in the wetland during fires and post-fires.

Juliana Camargo – Ampara Animal e Ampara Silvestre: Born in Paranavaí, Paraná, Juliana moved to São Paulo, where she began her career as a model, presenter and reporter. Graduated in Tourism, post-graduated in Environmental Management and is also an activist for animal rights, being the founder and president of the NGO Ampara – Association of Women Protectors of Rejected and Abandoned Animals, which brings together names like Ellen Jabour, Fernanda Tavares, Thaila Ayala , Sheron Menezes and Cléo Pires in advertising campaigns with the aim of raising funds for the work of the NGO.

Maíza Prioli – ONG É o Bicho: Journalist and volunteer for the É Bicho MT! Group, created in 2015. She has worked for the animal cause in Cuiabá for five years. In 2020, he worked in the distribution of food to animals during the fires in the Pantanal of Mato Grosso. It continues to contribute to the actions of É o Bicho MT! being responsible for communication advisory.

Sandro Luis Costa da Silva – ONG É o Bicho: Actor, Scene Arts Researcher; Doctor Professor at the Federal Institute of Education of MATO GROSSO – IFMT and environmental activist.

April, 23 at 8PM


Theater piece of the É o Bicho – Mt-Brazil Group, a show of indigenous art with video performances provided by Colabirinto.

April, 24 at 4PM


Which projects are making a difference and how to disseminate and replicate them to create a new environmental awareness?


André Palhano – Virada Sustentável: Journalist, with visits to the newsrooms of Veja, Folha de S. Paulo and Agência Estado, among others. He is the creator and organizer of Virada Sustentável, an education movement for sustainability that uses art and leisure as tools for raising awareness.

Priscila Fonseca – Vaga Lume: Public Relations Professional and Social Entrepreneur, graduate student in Popular and Community Communication at the State University of Londrina. She currently coordinates the Rede Program, which carries out cultural exchanges between adolescents from the Brazilian Legal Amazon and the southeastern region, at Associação Vaga Lume, where she works in this same region with rural, indigenous, quilombola and riverside communities.

Vitória Rubles – Fridays For Future: Young activist from Fridays For Future Brasil – Brazilian arm of the organization founded by Greta Thunberg.

April, 26 at 8PM


The country needs to learn from the past to avoid mistakes in the future and to urgently create a positive agenda to transform our economy into a forest-based economy.


Ligia Soares – Copaíba: Active in socioenvironmental issues since 2003. Training tourist, studying postgraduate studies in public policies and sustainability. He is representative of the Environment Commission in the Municipal Tourism Council and in the coordination of the Socorro 2029 Sustainability Program in the municipality of Socorro-SP.

Marcio Isensee e Sá – O Eco: Photographer and videomaker based in Rio de Janeiro / Brazil. Among his works are the films: “Andes Agua Amazônia” (2012), “Um Rio em Disputa” (2015) and, more recently, “Sob a Pata do Boi” (2018). With his films, he has already won the FReDD Festival One Hour Awards in 2018 (France), Honorable Mention in the 7th Ecofalante Mostra – 2018 (Brazil), CineEco Seia Lusophone Award 2015 (Portugal) and the Petrobrás Journalism Award in 2017.

Víctor Salvati – Fundação Amazônia Sustentável: Biologist with specializations in environmental management and sustainable development. He has lived in Manaus since 2015 and is passionate (and grateful) for the tropical forests and the peoples of the forest. He has experience in financial mechanisms for conservation, climate policy, forest carbon projects and socioeconomic development of riverside communities in the Amazon. He is currently the superintendent of Innovation and Institutional Development at FAS and leads the areas of research, development and innovation, institutional communication and development of partnerships and fundraising.

April, 29 at 8PM


Former Ministers Marina Silva and Rubens Ricupero meet in a conversation with the Superintendent General of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation Virgílio Viana and with the researcher and environmentalist Rita Mesquita of the Green File where they bring suggestions for Brazil to be a viable solution and a world reference in economics green.


Marina Silva: Born Maria Osmarina da Silva (Rio Branco, February 8, 1958), she is a Brazilian historian, teacher, psychopedagogue, environmentalist and politician affiliated to the Sustainability Network (REDE). Throughout her political career, she held the positions of senator for Acre between 1995 and 2011 and Minister of the Environment between 2003 and 2008, in addition to running in 2010, 2014 and 2018 for the Presidency of the Republic. She developed an interest in politics and joined the Communist Revolutionary Party, a Marxist organization that took shelter in the Partido dos Trabalhadores, later helping to found the Central Única dos Trabalhadores do Acre. Together with Chico Mendes, she helped lead the union movement, being elected to her first public position, that of councilor in Rio Branco, in 1988.

Rita Mesquita – Ficha Verde: Senior researcher at INPA since 2000. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1985), a Master’s degree in Biology (Ecology) from the National Institute for Research in the Amazon (1989) and Ph.D. in Ecology by the Institute of Ecology – University of Georgia (1995). Her research addresses forest ecology and the recovery of deforested areas through natural regeneration.

Rubens Ricupero: Jurist (graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo), Brazilian historian and diplomat with prominent economist activity. Ricupero is honorary president of the think tank Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics, based in São Paulo. He served as Minister of the Environment and Legal Amazon from September 1993 to April 1994, during the Itamar Franco Government. He was Minister of Finance from March 30 to September 6, 1994, during the period of implementation of the Real Plan. On June 30, 1994, he submitted to the President the explanatory memorandum that created the Real Plan, [8] an economic stabilization plan idealized by a team of economists, including Persio Arida, André Lara Resende, Gustavo Franco, Pedro Malan, Edmar Bacha, Clóvis Carvalho, Winston Fritsch, among others.

Virgílio Viana – FAS: Forest engineer, PhD in Biology at Harvard University, postdoctoral in Sustainable Development at the University of Florida, professor of forest sciences at the Luiz de Queiroz School of Agriculture, USP. State Secretary for the Environment and Sustainable Development of the State of Amazonas, Brazil, from 2003 to 2008. He is currently General Superintendent of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS); collaborating professor at the post-graduation course at the National Institute for Research in the Amazon (INPA); coordinator of the UN initiative: Network of Solutions for Sustainable Development – Amazon (SDSN); member of the Ethics and Action Committee for Sustainable Development, of the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Alliance for the Bioeconomy of the Amazon (ABIO).