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The Geographical and Geoenvironmental Information System of the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim Rivers Hydrographic Basins focusing on Water Resources and the Environment (SIGA-Guandu) is a system for the collection, treatment, storage, recovery and generation of geographic information about water resources of the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim Rivers Hydrographic Basins, developed in an easy-to-understand language and with an easy-to-access interface.

Released to the public on January 11, 2016, SIGA-Guandu presents updated data on the reservoirs that drain into the Guandu River, as well as information on water, GDP and sanitation in the fifteen municipalities of Hydrographic Region II, individually or together.  In addition to being a source of consultation, SIGA serves the purposes of planning and analyzing water security.  In addition, it offers periodic bulletins and weather forecasts.

 Click here to access SIGA Guandu.

Associative Plan for Combating Forest Fires and Fires in the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim Rivers Hydrographic Basin

 The Associative Plan for Combating Queimadas emerged as one of the initiatives of the Guandu-RJ Committee based on the recommendations of the Strategic Plan for Water Resources for the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim Rivers Hydrographic Basin (PERH Guandu).  This document points out, among other recommendations, the need to preserve existing forest remnants in Hydrographic Region II (RH II) in order to guarantee the quality and availability of water to supply the Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro.

 The Final Report is the result of work started in July 2012 and completed in February 2014, involving the survey of data on the institutional capacity of the entities involved in preventing and combating forest fires and fires;  and the carrying out of an environmental analysis of RH II, identifying the critical and priority areas for prevention and combat actions, which culminated in the elaboration of the Associative Plan.  The importance of the participation of various institutions that work in the areas of communication and education, prevention and combat, research and monitoring of burning and forest fires in the discussions of the diagnosis and in the validation of the proposals for the Plan is highlighted.  The process included mobilization meetings and workshops.

 Click here to access the Final Report.


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26 de November de 2021