Science Magazine Article Alerts to Risk of Environmental Setback Along Brazilian Coast

The authors draw attention to the danger that dune invasion will lead to erosion processes in coastal cities, and stress the value of these environments as a sanctuary and breeding ground for migratory birds.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The renowned Science magazine has published an opinion letter by two researchers and experts of environmental organizations in Santa Catarina about the revocation of Resolution 303/2002 of the National Council of the Environment (CONAMA) concerning the preservation of dunes and sandbanks.

The document is signed by Milton de Andrade Junior, PhD in Environmental Sciences and State Secretariat of Sustainable Economic Development engineer, and Wagner Cleyton Fonseca, Santa Catarina Environment Institute (IMA) engineer and professor of Environmental Law at Vale do Itajaí University (UNIVALI).

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