Research work of College Don Bosco, Brazil selected to be presented at EMCEI-23
The students of the Environmental and Sanitary Engineering course at College Don Bosco in Brazil - Amanda Britz, Carolina Karoly and Edilene Mercedes Mauer Machado, who are part of the Scientific Initiation Program (IC), were selected to present their work entitled El Niño e Dengue: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Climate Variability and Disease Transmission at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference for Environmental Integration (EMCEI-23). The work was developed under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Claudineia Brazil and the coordinator of the course, Prof. Ma. Luciane Teresa Salvi. This research is the result of the continuous effort of ClimaURB - Laboratory for the Investigation of the Impacts of Climate Change on Urban Environments, a research group active in the FDB that is part of the Don Bosco Green Alliance. Participation in the EMCEI-23 is an important recognition for the work done by the students and for the quality of the research carried out by College Don Bosco. The international event will offer an excellent opportunity to share knowledge and interact with specialists and researchers from different parts of the world in the field of environmental integration.