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The socio-spatial analysis of urban environments in the Legal Amazon seeks to contribute to the processes of elaboration and/or revision of Master Plans in the cities of Belém (Pará), Manaus (Amazonas), Macapá (Amapá), São Luís (Maranhão) and Rio Branco (Acre), with regard to the promotion of public policies to combat Climate Change in spaces historically structured by racial, ethnic, gender and social inequalities. It is up to the municipalities to structure actions that reach the Global Climate Agenda and implement the commitments of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations (UN).

Rio Branco

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Belém

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Manaus

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Macapá

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São Luís

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Porto Velho

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Palmas

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Cuiabá

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Boa Vista

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Studies on Climate Change in the context of the Legal Amazon are presented on two scales: the first, due to the globalization of the natural capital forest; and the second national, that is, the forest for economic growth. In this construction, the Legal Urban Amazon is made invisible in socio-spatial segregation, as well as the place of life of the majority of the population, impacted by unhealthy occupations, without income, with poor water quality, food insecurity, with poor air quality and vulnerable to events extreme weather. This is our basis for analysis in the face of the climate crisis.

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What is happening in the Amazônia Urbana