The Relevance df Municipalities Joining the Verdeazul Municipality Program in the State of São Paulo in Light of the Sustainable Development Objectives of the un 2030 Agenda

Authors

  • Mayla Furlaneti Oliveira Master’s studen, UNESP, Brasil.
  • Thábata Biazzuz Veronese Doctoral´s student, UNESP, Brasil.
  • Angélica Gois Morales Professor Phd,, UNESP, Brasil.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17271/1980082719620234746

Keywords:

Environmental agenda, VerdeAzul Municipality Program, Sustainable Development Goals

Abstract

The aims of this paper is to describe the trajectory and criteria of the Municipality VerdeAzul Program (PMVA) and the UN's 2030 Agenda, and to identify the SDGs that are directly related to the adoption of PMVA directives. The research used the qualitative method of exploratory and descriptive character. It was verifiable that the implementation of the municipal environmental agenda, in the municipalities of São Paulo through adherence to the PMVA, articulates its 10 guidelines with the SDGs of the UN Agenda 2030, and such integration constitutes a probable improvement in health conditions, income, quality of life, as well as an indicator for verifying the maintenance of public policies or their modification aimed at achieving the evolution of the desired environmental results, and the indication of a redirection of decisions with the proposition of new plans. Finally, the relevance of joining the PMVA is highlighted as a viable alternative for the execution of local environmental management that is feasible and likely to enable the quality of life associated with sustainable development with global impacts.

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Published

31-12-2023

How to Cite

Oliveira , M. F., Veronese , T. B., & Morales , A. G. (2023). The Relevance df Municipalities Joining the Verdeazul Municipality Program in the State of São Paulo in Light of the Sustainable Development Objectives of the un 2030 Agenda. Periódico Eletrônico Fórum Ambiental Da Alta Paulista, 19(6). https://doi.org/10.17271/1980082719620234746

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