Sineia do Vale is an environmental manager, coordinator of the Environmental Management Department of the Indigenous Council of Roraima (CIR), Brazil and was the coordinator of the Technical Chamber of Climate Change of the PNGATI Steering Committee. For over 10 years, she has followed the climate discussions at the regional, national and international levels of the UNFCCC, focused on the indigenous agenda and the implementation of actions at the local level. Her work is focused on local environmental and territorial actions and how they can be included within appropriate climate public policies for Indigenous Peoples. Sineia is also the organizer of the first Brazilian indigenous publication on climate change: Amazad Pana’Adinham: perception of indigenous communities on climate change, Serra da Lua Region – RR, Brazil. In addition, Sineia is also responsible for the elaboration of several plans for environmental and territorial management of the Indigenous Lands of Roraima.
Environmental manager, coordinator
Environmental Management Department of the Indigenous Council of Roraima (CIR), Brazil
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