Spain: Amapá's socio-biodiversity products are object of scientific study for SATs and Geographical Indication (GI)

Published Oct 3, 2021

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The project “Geographic Indication (GI) and Traditional Agricultural System (SAT) as instruments for the sustainability of the production and valorization of local knowledge in the Amazon: Case study of açaí in the Bailique Territory (Amapá, Brazil)”, by Embrapa researcher Amapá, Ana Euler, was selected by Embrapa's Visiting Researcher Training Program. For a year, the forestry engineer will be dedicated to exchange activities in France, the country where the partner institutions of the work plan are located. “Starting this program during the pandemic was a big challenge, but I'm sure it will be worth it. Paloc and Cirad are institutions of excellence in research linked to territorial development and globalization, with projects in all tropical regions of the world. It has been a moment of exchanges and a lot of learning, above all adapting to a new reality and understanding the value attributed to the Amazon, its peoples and products”, highlighted Ana Euler, who is already ...
Source: Embrapa
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