Speakers of the 6th table during the Science Session: Adriana Zacarías (Moderator),Oscar Fernando Bastidas Jacanamijoy, Vera Bohórquez, David Proenza and Magda Ivonne Pinzón.
Adriana Zacarías (Moderator)
Speaker Oscar Fernando Bastidas Jacanamijoy, Taita governor 2017. Inga indigenous council of Bogotá D.C Colombia.
Participant of the conversation.
Speaker Vera Bohórquez, representative of FAO - Panama.
Speaker David Proenza, Farm Urbans Panama.
Vera Bohórquez and rapporteur David Proenza in the panel.
Speaker Maga Ivonne Pinzón. Representative of the Latin American and Caribbean Association of Sciences.
Participation in the conversation Jaime Collado, vice president of the Mexican National Committee for the international commission of irrigation and drainage.
Table six was characterized by presenting papers related to the implementation of techniques for agricultural excellence
Arturo Solís, director of the Center for Research and Human Photosynthesis. Presentation “Human Photosynthesis”
Mariam Wallet, president of the 16th UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, with the presentation of ancestral medicine, science, and technology for the preservation of life
Gabriela Lara, Director General of the GEAP participated in the 5th Parallel Table: “Scientific and ancestral contributions for the preservation of human life”
Àngel Sánchez. Researcher and Independent Scientist. Moderator of the 5th table “Scientific and ancestral contributions for the preservation of the life of the human being”
David Vollmer. Scientific Director of 4Life Research. Presentation “The evolution of nutrition and supplementation to improve the quality of human life”
Speakers of the 5th parallel table “Scientific and ancestral contributions for the preservation of human life”
Ángel Sánchez, moderator. David Vollmer and Arturo Solis speakers of the 5th table “Scientific and ancestral contributions for the preservation of the human being”.
Personalities developed their papers under the theme Scientific and ancestral contributions for the preservation of human life.
Arregoces Coronado Zarabata, spiritual leader of the Kogui People (Colombia)
Participants of the 4th table during the Science Session.
Marco Bilibio, of the Society of Eco psychology of America (Brazil).
The table counted with a diverse public: professionals and students
The lecturers shared their experiences and knowledge
Lecturers and participants leaving after the table ended.
At the headquarters of the Parlatino, the 4th Table of the Science Session is held.
Specialists developed three themes in the fourth parallel table "Comprehensive health for peace, happiness and preservation of life".
At the headquarters of the Parlatino in Panama, the Session that sought to visualize climate change at a global level was held.
From Texas, Dr. Maruthi Balaji Bhaskar arrived to contribute his knowledge in CUMIPAZ
Amadeo Martínez participated in the table on behalf of the Central American Indigenous Council
Mariam Wallet, president of the 16th UN Permanent Forum of Indigenous Peoples, present at table 3
Hannah Jurado, a NASA researcher and scientist, spoke on current climate change in the world
María Luisa Castaño, spoke about the production of renewable energy to preserve life on Mother Earth.
The conversation united the scientific vision with the ancestral beliefs of the indigenous peoples.
Three simultaneous tables were developed during the afternoon, in the Science Session
Attendees at the table were able to share their doubts and ask the speakers
Specialists contribute their knowledge in the 3rd table: New proposals to curb the impact and adaptation to climate change.
Four lectures were presented by experts on the subject of climate change
Moderator and speakers appointed in the Bureau: (from left to right) Pedro Marques Cunha, Ximena Llamín, Avner Adin and Jaime Collado.
Pedro Marques moderated the table: Preservation of water resources through scientific and technological advances and the vision of indigenous peoples.
Ximena Llamín, Councilor in the municipality of Peñalolén developed the theme: Vision of the indigenous peoples for the respect and preservation of the waters.
Specialists share during the session.
Jaime Collado, vice president of the Mexican National Committee for the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (Mexico).
Avner Adin, president of the Water Association (Israel).
Assistants to the science session at CUMIPAZ.
The paper by Avner Adin: Reusing and recycling water as an efficient alternative for the preservation of life.
Installation of the second parallel table of the Science session at CUMIPAZ 2017
Juan Carlos Borrero, interacting with his audience.
Florina López Miró, coordinator of the the Indigenous Women ‘s Network on Biodiversity in Latin America and the Caribbean (Panama).
Participation of Florina López in the 1st table of the Science Session.
Jorge Alvarado, from the Environmental Science Division of the Argonne Laboratory.
Dr. Jorge Alvarado presented his speech before a large audience
Jorge Alvarado in the 1st table: The scientific, technological and ancestral indigenous knowledge applied to the ecological balance of Mother Earth.
Juan Carlos Borrero, Environmental Scientist, member of the ACAC Colombian Association for the Advancement of Science (Colombia).
Exposition framed within the Science Session of CUMIPAZ.
Herman Huisman, Advisor of the International Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment Cooperation of the Government of the Netherlands.
Dr. Herman Huisman during his presentation of the 1st working table.
CUMIPAZ 2017: The Science Session begins with the thematic axis: Preservation of the ecological balance of Mother Earth.
In relation to recent weather events, he said: "I think of our Caribbean brothers and sisters, particularly the small islands."
Sempris said that the Framework Convention on Climate Change is the only multilateral agreement on the planet that has reports endorsed by the scientific community.
Emilio Sempris, Minister of Environment in Panama, addressed those present at the Parlatino, during the 3rd CUMIPAZ
Minister of Environment of Panama spoke on the role of indigenous peoples in the management of natural resources
The Executive President of the GEAP, William Soto, addessed the opening message of the 3rd CUMIPAZ, and the Session of Science for the Preservation of Life
Table of the Presidium Act for the opening of of the Science Session.
Gabriela Lara, General Director of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP).
Emilio Sempris, Minister (E) of Environment of Panama.
Leo Heileman, UN Environmental Director for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Mariam Wallet, President of the Permanent Forum of the UN of Indigenous Peoples.
Feliciano Jimenez, Vice-Minister of Indigenous Affairs of Panama.
Director General of the GEAP, Gabriela Lara, along with other personalities, made up the main table of the Science Session.
Gabriela Lara leads the Peace Integration Summit, a high-level event of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace and welcomes the different personalities and specialists present.
The moderator of the Science Session, Dr. Manuel Diaz, made his presentation to the participants
Beginning of the Science for the preservation of the Life of Mother Earth and of the human being Session.
CUMIPAZ 2017 began its activities with the Session: Science for the preservation of the life of Mother Earth and of the human being, in the hemicycle of the Latin American Parliament, in Panama City, Panama.
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