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Ethos in Belém addresses biodiversity challenges in the Amazon

The strategies and trajectories for sustainable development and the role of companies in society in favor of a culture of integrity and mining challenges in the Amazon were some of the topics discussed by the participants of the event, on November 28, in the capital of Pará. Hydro participated in the Conference, in debates that involved central issues related to the sustainability of the Amazon.

This year's Ethos Conference brought together more than 50 speakers in 20 panels in Belém. Participated leaders, entrepreneurs and experts interested in the social and economic development of the Amazon region.

”Our participation in this important discussion forum is aligned with our efforts to contribute to the development of sustainable solutions for the aluminum chain in the countries where the company operates, including Pará, where our Bauxite & amp; Alumina in one of the most important states in the Amazon region ”, said Domingos Campos, director of HSE & amp; CSR in Bauxite & amp; Alumina, who participated in the panel on democratic dialogue, strategies and trajectories of sustainable development. & Nbsp;

The company sponsored the Conference and was also represented by Mineração Paragominas, which belongs to the Hydro group, with the participation of environmental analyst Giuliana Souza and by the HSE manager, Cícero Viana, in the panels “Mining challenges in the Amazon: risks and sustainable development ”and“ Opportunities to leverage Biodiversity Conservation in large projects ”, respectively. Another relevant topic was discussed by Hydro's Compliance Manager, Carlos Fraga, who participated in the panel “Business Movement for Integrity and Transparency: redefining the role of companies in society in favor of a culture of integrity”.

In addition to Belém, the Ethos Conference also had editions in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro this year, taking the discussion of topics to the main Brazilian cities.

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