Within the framework of the Amazon Initiative, the main objective of this Technical Cooperation (TC) is to create contextualized urban development models for the challenges faced by Amazonian cities that will allow them to protect their biodiversity, stop the accelerated urban expansion and consequent deforestation, as well as attract investments related to the bioeconomy. The TC will also help intermediate cities in the Amazon Basin to develop ecological and sustainable urban development plans, facilitating their positioning as urban nodes with high environmental and urban quality standards.
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