The Amazonas Environmental Protection Institute (IPAAM) is a state agency responsible for environmental management, implementation, and execution of national and state environmental policies. The institute is responsible for implementing actions to prevent and repair possible environmental damage, combating deforestation and degrading actions. Ipaam is also responsible for licensing agricultural, forestry and fishing activities, as well as the exploitation of water and mineral resources.

The agency also carries out actions aimed at environmental education, with lectures on the consequences of deforestation and fires, how to preserve the environment in which we live.

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