Areas Protected By Law

Valley to resaltar that as' ' ressacas' ' (humid areas) they are protected by Law (law n455199) state that it forbids: Implantation and potentially polluting functioning of establishment. Land workmanship planagem, aterramento, land division and opening of canals. Ultilizao as dump. Any activity that threatens to extinguish the species of the flora and Final the regional fauna Consideraes the Law is clear in what it says respect to the aterramento, the occupation and the pollution of the areas of undertows, however it was only approved in the year of 1999, when the undertows already met in its great majority busy, what to make. The challenge is to acquire knowledge the proper population that occupies this area, so that it survives rationally exploring the potentialities of the place and pass to preserve an area that is patrimony of all.

In accordance with this msma Law state CEA (Company of Eletrecidade of the Amap) and CAESA (Company of Water and Sewer of the Amap), is forbidden to give services to the population that inhabit these areas, as form to restrain the occupation. Of some form this is valid, however we perceive that the limits must be placed in case that the case, in function of the characteristics of each place and this preassumes shock of ideas, therefore people exist who precissam to be attended e, this only happen in a democratic environment. In the report of the project Future Scenes for the Amaznia, the idea is defended of that the roads expand the degradation, however does not have to forget that they exist town that already they are implanted and they need that new roads are opened. We need to understand that to protect the environment it is not only it preserves it and it leaves it untouchable, therefore the people precissam to survive. What we must make is to create forms of generation of incomes, but in a language that the people understands, however, not forgetting that some areas precissam to receive attention special, in the case we detach the Lagoon of the Indians that is an ecosystem that it needs to be well-taken care of, therefore can receive visitors as tourist and researchers, more so that this happens is necessary that it has a communication ' ' perfeita' ' between State and society. The work of the ONGS is very importatnte in this direction and here we have ' ' Friends in Ao' ' , that he is directly on the Lagoon, denouncing and looking solutions, involving the proper ones interested right-handers in the dsicusso for solutions more adjusted in relation the lagoon of the indians.

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