Lactec has a trained team, which seeks with the support of partner companies when necessary, to subsidize environmental licensing processes with the prerogatives demanded by socioeconomic aspects.
Socioeconomics is a branch of economic science, which is concerned with the relationship between social and economic factors and how this interaction affects society. For this reason, it is a broad field of study, which analyzes the effects and the interrelationships between social, economic, and cultural issues, and is also easily inserted in the analysis of the environmental issue.
The socioeconomic component has been increasingly required, in the most varied projects, both in the environmental area and in other fields, such as Research and Development (R&D). This is because it is a strategic field, which influences both the image of the entrepreneur and his business environment. Thus, ensuring a transparent and well-conducted relationship from the beginning with the impacted community can avoid social risks, which could harm the entrepreneur in the future. Several studies, surveys and actions related to socioeconomics meet this need and can be inserted in the most diverse fields, contexts and objectives, providing tools and improving this relationship between economic activities, the environment and society.
Area of action:
- Socioeconomic diagnosis applied to different needs:
- Management Plan
- Environmental Impact Studies (EIA)/ Environmental Impact Report (RIMA)
- Landscape analysis
- Conservation plans
- Participatory diagnostics
- Participatory workshops focused on the management of Conservation Units
- Elaboration, Implementation, and Execution of Socioeconomic and Socioenvironmental Programs and Projects:
- Social Communication Program
- Environmental Education Program
- Health Program (generally aimed at AIDS/STD and worker health)
- Local Labor Hiring Program
- Income Generation Program can be used for various purposes such as handicrafts, tourism, family farming and others
- Community and Institutional Organization Program
- Cultural Rescue/Cultural Promotion Program
- And others as needed
- Stakeholder mapping
Lactec has a trained team that seeks together with partner companies (when necessary) to subsidize the environmental licensing processes with the prerogatives demanded by the archaeological and cultural heritage.
According to the Federal Constitution of Brazil of 1988, in its article 216, assets of a material and immaterial nature, taken individually or together, bearers of reference to the identity, the action, the memory of the different groups are constituted as Brazilian cultural heritage. trainers of Brazilian society, which include: I – forms of expression; II – the ways of creating, making and living; III – scientific, artistic and technological creations; IV – works, objects, documents, buildings and other spaces for artistic and cultural events; V – urban complexes and sites of historical, scenic, artistic, archaeological, paleontological, ecological and scientific value.
In the environmental licensing processes conducted by a competent environmental agency (federal, state, or municipal level), the National Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (IPHAN) should be consulted. It is essential that IPHAN manifest itself to those ventures/activities in the process of environmental licensing that may impact or destroy cultural assets considered Brazilian heritage, protected by overturning. Thus, the administrative procedures that must be followed to result in the manifestation of IPHAN to obtain environmental licensing comply with Normative Instruction IPHAN No. 001 of 2015.
Area of action:
- Conducting studies of the impact on the archaeological heritage necessary for environmental licensing processes, in compliance with Normative Instruction IPHAN No. 001/2015
- Elaboration, Implementation and Execution of Programs/Projects within the scope of Cultural Heritage
- Prospecting Programs/Projects
- Heritage Education and Rescue Programs/Projects
- Elaboration of Socio-Environmental Studies in the Queimadas and Mococa Indigenous Lands, Copel-PR (2007);
- Socioeconomic survey of UHE Mauá to identify the fishing productive chain, Consórcio Cruzeiro do Sul-PR (2009);
- Socioeconomic Registration of PCH Dois Saltos, Dois Saltos Empreendimentos de Geração de Energia Eletrica Ltda-PR (2014);
- Execution of the Archeological Heritage Rescue Program within the scope of the implementation of the 525 kV Transmission Line Foz do Iguaçu – Cascavel Oeste – Prospecting, Monitoring, Rescue and Heritage Education, Copel-PR (2011);
- Execution of the Archaeological and Heritage Education Program of PCH Cavernoso II, Copel-PR (2014);
- Socioeconomic and non-interventional diagnosis of archaeological heritage for more than 60 transmission lines and substations in the state of Paraná, Copel-PR (2010 – 2015).
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