The Public Participation Process session will be held in video conference mode, where all interested parties will be able to participate together with the representatives of EDM and the consultants responsible for the Environmental Impact Assessment.
Biodinâmica was present as a sponsor participant at the solemn presentation and signing ceremony of the memorandum of understanding about constitution of the Provincial Platform for Sustainable Development of Cabo Delgado.
Biodinâmica was present at the first provincial meeting about the process, creation dynamics and legalization of community marine reserves in Cabo Delgado province, promoted by AMA, in partnership with the DPMAIP of Cabo Delgado.
Bioinsight group will be present at Kenya Sustainable Energy Week, which will take place in Nairobi from March 29th to March 31st. Mariana Mota, from the Biodinâmica’s team (Bioinsight Group) will be there representing the group.
Last Thursday, 16 March of 2017, Biodinâmica was present at the Cabo Delgado Integrated Landscape Management Workshop which was held at the Lúrio University in Pemba, Mozambique and organized by the National Sustainable Development Fund. Government, private sector, civil society and academia representatives were assembled .
According to the World Bank, Mozambique is well positioned to take advantage of new opportunities for biodiversity protection and new revenue streams for nature conservation that can come from the implementation of biodiversity offsets.
Earlier this month (October) in Johannesburg, South Africa, occurred the CITES plenary session, during which, species of sharks and rays where proposed by several countries to integrate to the list of Appendix II of CITES, to ensure international trade restriction of these marine species.
Between the 10th and 16th of October we were in the field. Destination was Ile district, Zambézia and the objective was to test new methods for identifying High Conservation Value areas for a forestry project
A group of scientists discovered recently that the combination of coral reefs, seagrasses and mangrove, provides greater protection to coastal regions than any individual habitat or combination of two habitats.
In compliance of the Collaboration Protocol that Biodinâmica has with the University Lúrio since 2013, the company gave an internship opportunity to another finalist student of the Faculty of Natural Sciences.
Biodinâmica has assisted WWF at a workshop in Nampula, and a meeting in Ibo Island, related to the adaptation to climate vulnerability in the Environmental Protection Area of the Primeiras and Segundas islands and in the Quirimbas National Park.
Phytoplankton and Zooplankton are the first link in the aquatic food chain. If the plankton disappears, the chain is broken and the ecosystems will suffer. Learn more about this issue and what can be done in Mozambique.
During the weeks of November the 30th and December the 7th Biodinâmica participated in a WWF workshop and an international conference in Pemba and workshop about Oil & Gas and conference on renewable energies in Maputo.
A recent study published in the journal Biological Conservation demonstrates a new way to evaluate a conservation organization’s work in preventing extinctions by using the IUCN Red List Index (RLI) as a performance indicator.
Between 15 and 17 September the Workshop "Using the future to make better decisions in the present. Linking poverty alleviation and sustainable coastal ecosystems in Cabo Delgado "integrated into the project SPACES was held in Pemba.
Faculty of Natural Sciences of University Lúrio (FCN-UniLúrio) and Biodinâmica have lectured the Workshop "Understanding, study and promote the sustainable use of biodiversity at the Quirimbas National Park" between the 25th to the 29th May 2015.
This one-week workshop is the result of UniLúrio’s and Biodinâmica’s cooperation protocol and is targeted not only to QNP’s technicians and rangers, but also to lecturers and students from the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Lúrio.
Last August 2012 Biodinâmica has launched the company’s social networking sites Facebook and Twitter. Besides disseminating the company news, these pages aim to be an aggregator of news on African biodiversity.
The prevailing idea that sea-level rise will inevitably wipe out mangrove forests — fragile ecosystems that protect nearby communities from natural hazards such as floods and storms — is challenged by a recent report.