History of the National Meeting of Environmental Sciences.

The purpose of the meeting

The Red Colombiana de Formación Ambiental aims to sustainably promote the country's scientific, technological, and social development. It creates communication and cooperation spaces for its members, facilitating information exchange, training, research, participation, and management processes. The goal is to enhance the relationship between society and nature and achieve long-lasting improvements.

The RFCA has established ongoing programs to manage its objectives, activities, and resources effectively. Among these programs are various academic activities, including student and teacher mobility between member universities, the Colombian Forum of Universities and Sustainability, the Observatory of Sustainability of Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the National Meeting of Environmental Sciences. Due to their significant contributions to the RCFA's mission, these activities have been designated as continuous programs.

The RCFA's National Meeting of Environmental Sciences is an exceptional program that continues to make strides. This event was initially an academic and scientific venture to promote the development and epistemological consolidation of Environmental Sciences. The event encourages reflection on paradigms, methods, objects of study, and challenges facing new realities.

Main objectives

6 National Congress and 2 International of Environmental Sciences.

To be a space for remote discussion on the relationships between nature, culture, economy, and society that range from global concerns to detailed case studies, works oriented from social, technical, practical, and applied perspectives.

To provide a world-class virtual interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns in the field of Environmental Sciences, as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions proposed and adopted.

Bring together the foremost academic leaders, researchers, and students through digital channels to exchange and share their experiences and research results in all aspects of Environmental Sciences.