VEGANISM: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE VEGAN
On March 10, Tuesday, the Goethe Institute of São Paulo receives a public class on meat consumption and the band from Manaus, Alaídenegão. This is another heater for the Amazônias Festival that takes place from April 17th to 21st, occupying several spaces in São Paulo.
Always with the idea of putting politics and culture side by side, tonight brings the proposal to better understand the context of the northern region of the country, due to the challenges of its preservation, also understanding that this is a territory that is always reinventing itself, with resistance , fighting and also partying.
“How to create genuine connections between the Amazon – their people and traditions and São Paulo?” It is the question that governs the Festival, which is an initiative promoted by several environmental NGOs: COIAB, Engajamundo, School of Activism, Greenpeace eISA (Instituto Socioambiental). The Festival also has the support of the Goethe Institute and the Secretariat of Culture of the City of São Paulo.
With the proposal of linking affections between the city and the forest, the event will feature 60 artists and activists from the Amazon and 30 artists from São Paulo, also adding artistic residencies, workshops, exhibitions, meetings and conversation circles to the program.
To define the schedule, a survey was carried out by producers, artists and articulators from all states of the Legal Amazon – which includes Amazonas, Roraima, Rondônia, Pará, Amapá, Acre, Tocantins, Mato Grosso and a significant part of Maranhão.
The festival aims to think how far the flows that emerge from the Amazon reach. The image of rivers that are born in the north and are now going to flow into São Paulo will guide activists and artists, creating a space to debate, build and act together and together, thinking that taking care of the Amazon is taking care of the largest city in the country and from all over the planet.
Soon, the festival’s attractions will be announced. Below, check out more information and services of the event at the Goethe Institute.
Date: March 10, 2020 (Tuesday)
Location: Rua Lisboa, 974 – Pinheiros, São Paulo – SP, 05413-001
Opening hours: 18h to 21h30
18h – Public Class
Should we decrease meat consumption?
AGRO IS NOT POP
To rethink the way we consume food is to act directly against the destruction of the Amazon and global warming. The problem of deforestation, of course, has been aggravated by violating public policy. However, what are the ways to get involved and rethink our habits and its effects on the planet?
Pasture creation is estimated to be the main objective in deforesting the forest, followed by the use of land for monoculture. In addition to the destruction of trees, there is also the water problem, since in Brazil, around 17 thousand liters of water are used to produce a kilo of meat. The purpose of this class is to better explain how this whole structure works and, in a pedagogical way, to build paths for conscious consumption that is less harmful to the planet.
Camila Rossete is the coordinator of corporate campaigns and the Animal Equality Brasil volunteer program. Graduated in International Relations at PUC-SP and taking a postgraduate course in Digital Influence: Content and Strategy at PUC-RS.
Animal Equality is an international organization that works with society, government and companies to end cruelty to animals raised for food. In 2019, we launched the campaign (http://bit.ly/2VGysEv) and also participated in the processing of the Law Project 27/2018 # Animal NãoÉCoisa (http://glo.bo/2Ienvlt).
Alceu Castilho is a journalist, graduated from the University of São Paulo. Author of the books P (Contexto, 2012) and (Autonomia Literária, 2019). Founder and editor of.
is an observatory on agribusiness in Brazil. It was created as a portal in September 2016, in São Paulo, and develops research journalism, attentive to the inspection of political and economic power and the social and environmental impacts of the dominant agrarian model. Website: http://deolhonosruralistas.com.br/ “
8 pm – Banda Alaídenegão – Manaus
Formed at the 2008 carnival, Alaídenegão (AM) mixes rhythms, passing through the tunes of Boi Bumbá, Cirandas, the Amazonian accent of the beiradão, Guitarrada and Carimbó, which flirts with Coco, Maracatu, Cumbia Colombiana, besides Bossa Nova and Rock.
With this work of musical syncretism that accompanies it since the beginning, the band makes a sound with dancing melodies that reverberate in the public. The lyrics depict the caboclo’s look, popular festivals, food, black and white water beaches in the exuberant Amazon, rivers and local nightlife; seasoning that is the secret of a song that puts everyone to reflect and dance.