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UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme organizes a International Workshop on "Load-Capacity Model for Sustainable Management" developed by the Urban Plans and Projects Programme of the Pontificia Universidad Católica (Chile), which will be held virtually on 7-8 July 2020.

International Workshop on "Load-Capacity Model for Sustainable Management"

WorkshopUNESCO's Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme organizes a International Workshop on "Load-Capacity Model for Sustainable Management" developed by the Urban Plans and Projects Programme of the Pontificia Universidad Católica (Chile), which will be held virtually on 7 July from 16:00-18:00 (Spanish) and 8 July from 13:00-15:00) (English) 2020 (Paris time, France.

The workshop will be given by representatives of the Urban Plans and Projects Programme of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile), who are developing the software, called CAPCA (CAPacidad de CArga). This "Load-Capacity Predictive Model for Sustainable Management" will allow local governments to predict impacts on the environment, basic services, economy and local culture from population increases, both in terms of tourists over the summer months and more permanent influxes arising from migration.

A maximum of 20 attendees will be divided into 4 virtual groups of 5 people.
Given the limited number of places, the MAB Programme will choose the participants ensuring a balanced geographical and gender representation.

Registration is open until Friday 3 July 2020: https://bit.ly/2Zp5gCe

 
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