A new initiative is giving citizens the chance to explore their local marine life in the country’s future.
The “Soy Beach” project, launched by the Brazilian Government on Wednesday, is being touted as the first step to diversifying the countrys marine environment, with the goal of saving marine life and protecting biodiversity.
“We have to look after our natural environment and we have to protect the natural environment,” said Carlos Rodrigues, a marine biologist and marine conservationist.
“The idea is to show the country what’s out there, where the marine life is and the biodiversity.
The project aims to encourage people to take action by providing them with the chance of exploring the region’s marine environment on their smartphones.”
It’s really important for us to understand it and to understand the nature and what the impacts are,” he added.
The project aims to encourage people to take action by providing them with the chance of exploring the region’s marine environment on their smartphones.
The “Soys Beach” program, launched in 2020, will help people discover the local marine environment and make them aware of its unique biodiversity.
It will include a survey of local marine species, marine mammal surveys, and a series of educational activities aimed at educating people about marine biodiversity.
In total, there will be 15,000 volunteers who will conduct a survey in their own home, as well as participating in local marine tours and other marine activities.
“There are some things that we’re very excited about, like the ocean itself,” Rodrigues told The Local.
“In fact, the first one was a little bit of a challenge because we had to travel to the ocean and bring back a lot of materials, which is something we’re hoping to do more often.”
While the project will initially target Brazilians, the government hopes it will eventually expand to other countries.
“If it’s really a good idea, we think we can expand this program,” Rodrigue said.
“It’s about helping people understand the biodiversity of their surroundings.
For the first time, a survey will be conducted on the ocean every two weeks, starting from 2020. “
We want to create awareness for our marine environment.”
For the first time, a survey will be conducted on the ocean every two weeks, starting from 2020.
Rodrigues hopes that this will give citizens a better understanding of the diversity of marine life.
“This is a very important topic, because it affects all aspects of the environment, from the ocean to our oceans,” he said.
The Soys Beach project has been launched by President Renan Calheiros, who is also the president of the Brazilian Association of Marine Science and Technology.
“I think it’s a good initiative to bring people to know about marine ecology and their ecosystem, which has a big impact on our lives,” Rodriguers said.
“To help the country get a better knowledge of its environment, it’s important to have a good understanding of what the biodiversity is and what it’s affecting.”