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Quilombola students

They are the leading figures of research coordinated by Neabi in Tabuleiro dos Negros with a focus on the climate dynamics and their relationship with agricultural practices, which forms part of a larger project


Tabuleiro dos Negros, which is a remaining quilombola community, is a study area coordinated by the Center for Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies (Neabi), with a focus on the climate dynamics and their relationship with agricultural practices. Quilombola students are the leading figures of the research, which forms part of a larger action, called "Climate Change in the face of the Recognition of Black Territories," which is an initiative of the Brazilian Association of Black Researchers (ABPN), in partnership with iCS. Learn more here.


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