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  • 1. CULTIVATING GOOD WATER 2011 ITAIPU BINATIONAL COORDINATION AND ENVIRONMNETAL ADMINISTRATION Energy with Socioenvironmental Responsibility
  • 2. Incorporation of the Content of Sustainability in The Mission and the Company’s Business
  • 3. NEW BUSINESS MISSION BEFORE To make good use of the water resources of the Parana River in hydraulic terms, owned jointly by both countries from and including Salto Grande de Sete Quedas, or Salto de Guaíra, to the mouth of the Iguassu River PRESENT To generate high-quality electricity with social and environmental responsibility , driving sustainable , economic and technological development, as well as tourism, in Brazil and in Paraguay Situational Strategic Planning September 5, 2003 FOCUS: Social and environmental responsibility, the new ethic of business behaviour
  • 4. COOPERATION INTERACTIVITY INTEGRATION SOCIOENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY SUSTAINABILITY Itaipu Expanded mission Plataforma Itaipú de Energias Renovables Electric vehicle Hidrogene Complejo turístico
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  • 6.
    • Basin Management – Cultivating Good Water
    • Biodiversity: Our Patrimony
    • Fish Production in Our Waters
    • Environmental Education
    • Monitoring and Environmental Evaluation
    • Corporative Education – Internal Public
    • Corporative Knowledge and Process Management
    • Grade ‘A’ Tourism
    • Efficient Infra-structure – Investiment Actions
    • Rural Sustainable Development
    • Coordination Directorate Organizational Management
    • Efficient Infra-structure
    • Itaipu Human Resources
    • Territorial Information Management
    • Regional Sanitation
    • Health at the Border
    • Vulnerable Segments Sustainability
    • Institutional and Regional Patrimony Valuation
    • Improve of Infra-structure and Business Services Equipments
    19 programmes and 63 actions Strategic Programmes
  • 7. Nowadays
    • SYSTEMIC SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT VISION, WITH COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND FOCUS ON SUSTAINABILITY.
  • 8. 150 Selected Micro Basins 85 Recovered Micro Basins Paraná 3 Hydro Basin 1 Million inhabitants 29 Municipalities BASIN MANAGEMENT PREVIOUS CONCEPT: BORDERS ALONG THE CITIES CURRENT CONCEPT: BORDERS ALONG THE BASINS
  • 9. CEU AZUL & MATELANDIA CITY HALLS ‏ IBAMA / EMATER IAP /SEAB / NGOs UNIVERSITIES COOPERATIVE (LAR) ‏ PUBLIC MINISTRY RURAL AND COMPANIES UNIONS ADENAN / PRINTING PRESS INHABITANTAS ASSOCIATIONS BOVINE AND BIRDS PRODUCERS REPRESENTATION TECNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENT ACTIONS ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY WORKS AND INFRA-STRUCTURE METHDOLOGY AND STRUCTURATION MONITORING AND EVALUATION External Management Committee model INFORMATION AND TERRITORIAL EVALUATION
  • 10. LEGAL CONSTITUTION OF EXTERNAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE - 1.320 memberships Model – External Management Committee - Santa Helena
  • 11. Community awareness Selection of the micro basin Management committee composition Future workshops Partnership settlement Water Pacts Signature of the agreement Follow up and validation IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM STEPS Every micro basin follows the same methodology
  • 12. 232 workshops WORKSHOPS FOR THE FUTURE
      • The Wailing Wall
      • The Tree of Hope
      • A Path Ahead
  • 13. WATER PACT CHARTER LOCAL AGENDA 21 Participation of the concerned communities and Management Committees in a Pact to improve quality of life and of water. Already done in 21 communities
  • 14. Céu Azul and Matelândia Mundo Novo Santa Terezinha de Itaipu Water Pacts
  • 15. Water Pacts Marechal Candido Rondon Quatro Pontes Pato Bragado Altônia Itaipulândia Medianeira Guaíra São Miguel do Iguaçu Missal Foz do Iguaçu Santa Helena
  • 16. Entre Rios do Oeste Mercedes Toledo Nova Santa Rosa Ouro Verde do Oeste Santa Tereza Oeste Maripá Terra Roxa São José das Palmeiras Vera Cruz do Oeste Cascavel Water Pacts
  • 17. THE EARTH CHARTER IN THE WATER PACTS WATER SPIRITUALITY AIR SPIRITUALITY EARTH SPIRITUALITY FIRE SPIRITUALITY
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  • 19. 67 Agreements signed with municipalities
  • 20. I CAB - 2003 More than 1,000 participants II CAB - 2004 More than 1,200 participants III CAB - 2006 More than 2,300 participants IV CAB - 2007 More than 3,300 participants V CAB - 2008 More than 3,600 participants CULTIVATING GOOD WATER ENCOUNTERS
  • 21. VII CULTIVATING GOOD WATER ENCOUNTER More than 4,280 participants
  • 22. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY
  • 23. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY
  • 24. ECOLOGICAL LINE ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION 483 Presentation of “A Matita”theater 135.000 Students receiving the brochure 3.069/YEAR Visits to the Ecomuseum and to the Biological Protected Area 800 class hours 10.400 Protagonists on Environmental Education in the Paraná 3 Basin
    • FORMAL EDUCATION
    • NO FORMAL EDUCATION
    • INFORMAL EDUCATION
    29 COLLECTIVES KNOWLEDGE
  • 25. Terracing No Tillage 7.243,44 ha Soil Conservation 847,32 km Established fences 2.562.416 Trees planted in the protected belts 130 Manure distribuitors 1.053 Farmers and technicians capacitated 504,37 km Upgrading Roads 587,5,5 h Land drainage BASIN MANAGEMENT COLECTIVE ACTIONS Green Fertilization 445,71 t Fertilizers correct destination Spring waters restoration 117 Water Community Supply Centers
  • 26. 504,37 km Upgrading Roads
  • 27. 587,5,5 h Land drainage Terracing /No Tillage
  • 28. Spring waters restoration
  • 29. 847,32 km Established fence for riparian forest Itaipulândia Ouro Verde do Oeste Marechal Cândido Rondon
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  • 31. Besides reforesting the protection belt of its reservoir, Itaipu and partners supported the recovering of the river banks in the concerned municipalities
  • 32. BIODIVERSITY, OUR HERITAGE 34.222 ha Maintenance of protected areas 87 Species 340 Animals Maintenance and preservation of native animals BIOLOGICAL RESERVES AND SANCTUARIES 43.840 ha LIMOY – PY 14.332 ha ITABO – PY 13.807 ha SANTA HELENA – BR 1.483 ha BELA VISTA – BR 1.908 ha TATI YUPI – PY 2.245 ha MBARACAYU – BI 1.356 ha CARAPA – PY 3.250 ha PIKYRY – PY 900 ha JUÍ RUPÁ – PY 750 ha YVYTY ROKAI – PY 3.809 ha
  • 33. 732.863,16t Sequestration of Carbon per year Area: 60.500 ha Length - 2.900 km Average wideness - 210 m 43 millions of planted trees Total of protected areas + protection belt: 104.340 ha BIODIVERSITY, OUR HERITAGE
  • 34. Morro do Diabo Ilha Grande Iguaçu Turvo Three-Nation Biodiversity Corridor Iguazú
  • 35. NATIONAL PATRIMONY PRIVADE RESERV - Sta. María Farm (240 ha) Iguassu National Park Itaipu’s forest protection belt CORRIDOR IN SANTA MARIA Biodiversity Corridor
  • 36. 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 “ CORRIDOR IN SANTA MARIA” Biodiversity Corridor
  • 37. “ CORRIDOR IN SANTA MARIA” Biodiversity Corridor
  • 38. RURAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 967 Organic producers with technical support 19 Agro-industries MEDICINE PLANTS ORGANIC LIFE FAIR RURAL TOURISM
  • 39. ORGANIC MEALS AT SCHOOL
  • 40. Before After 1,000 Fishermen under assistance 1 Germoplasm Bank Fish in boned in school snack 2,000 Handbook available FISH PRODUCTION 3 Established and Licensed Aquicultural Parks 18 Studied branches of the reservoir Structure of Fishing Points
  • 41. POTENTIAL OF THE USE OF CAGES IN THE AQUACULTURAL PARKS 14,000 ton of fish / year Current situation: 1.000 ton / year > 830 fishermen
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  • 43. Fish Migratory Channel
  • 44. Fish Migratory Channel
  • 45. Fish migration at Piracema migratory channel > 10 KM
  • 46. INTERNATIONAL PRE-OLYMPIC GAME
  • 47. YOUNG GARDENER Establishment of the Gardeners Association ITAIPU/PTI 220 Graduations Gardener’s kits being delivered SOLIDARY COLLECTING 1,638 collecting chariots 1,667 Capacitating collectors 59 equipments (press and weighing machines) ‏ 3,938 uniform kits delivered
  • 48. ITAIPU PLATFORM FOR RENEWABLE ENERGIES ELECTRICAL CHARIOTS FOR COLECTING RECICLE MATERIALS December 22th 2007 ELECTRICS CHARIOTS Developed by Itaipu Renewable Energies Platform in agreement with Blest Engineering Company - Curitiba  City
    • 210 Donated
  • 49. Manioc Corn Pumpkin
    • 3.500 kg of rice
    • 1.000 kg of peanuts
    • 1.200 kg of poroto beans
    • 138.922 kg of corn
    • 27.970 kg of water mellow
    • 17.600 kg of pumpkin
    • 18 ha - 200 ton/year organic manioc
    • Pineapple culture / familiar
    • Resign of small animals / familiar
    • Resign of 268 cattle
    • Resign of pig
    • Honey production
    TEKOHÁ AÑATETE - OCO Y – ITAMARÃ > 1.020 PEOPLE
    • Infant Nutrition Project
    • Medicine Plants Project
    • Houses with energy net
    • Rural sanitation
    • Fish culture cages
    • Artesians well
    Partnership with LAR Cooperative Water mellow AVÁ GUARANI COMMUNITY
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  • 51. LIVING Basin / Microbasin Environmental liabilities Water sources/Rivers River Bank Soil Conservation Life Community Sustainable Society CONSUMING Food/Organic Flowing-out / Solidary Colect Health/Medicine Plants Water / Energy Being X Having Culture Sustainable Society BASE ACTIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT GOVERNMENT / COMMUNITY / ENVIRONMENT PRODUCING Agroecology Organic Agriculture No tillage Diversification Aquaculture Associations Technologies Sustainable Society BEING / FEELING Awareness Training Concepts Values Ethics of Care “ Logos X Patos “ Sustainable Society CAB Programas Ações Comitês Parceiros CULTIVATING GOOD WATER
  • 52. “ We know this: everything is connected as the blood involving our family...” “ Man did not web the life network. He is only one wire. What he does to the network he does for himself ” Inspired by Ted Perry - Seattle LIFE NETWORK
  • 53. “ THAT OUR TIME BE REMINDED BY THE AROUSING OF A NEW REVERENCE TOWARD LIFE, WITH A STRONG COMMITMENT TO REACH SUSTAINABILITY, BY A FAST FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AND FOR PEACE AND BY A HAPPY CELEBRATION OF LIFE.” The Earth Charter
  • 54.
    • MUITO OBRIGADO
    • GRACIAS
    • THANK YOU
    • FĒICHÁNG GǍNXIÈ
  • 55. www.itaipu.gov.py fone: (595-021) 2481502 fax: (595-021) 2481545 [email_address] www.itaipu.gov.br fone: (45) 3520-5724 fax: (45) 3520-6998 e-mail: nelton@itaipu.gov.br www.cultivandoaguaboa.com.br