COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Initially, the way to get people involved is to clarify the advantages of participating in the project. Another way is the creation of the "Brasilia, Sustainable World Heritage" seal, which will encourage community engagement in sustainable practices, with verifiable evidence, of improved implementation of the SDGs and the NUA. The project will involve liquidators, residents, students and teachers, and some merchants of the chosen Superquadra. Heritage and environmental education is also being conducted so that the participants understand why Brasilia is a center of “Cultural and Environmental Heritage of Humanity”. The idea is, in addition to implementing and accelerating the SDGs in the Superquadra, to make the project scalable and applicable to the other Superquadras in Brasilia.
PARTNERS: The largest partnership of the project is with the Cerrado Ecological Research Association - PROCER. This institution, an environmental organization, coordinates the program "Brasilia, Cultural and Environmental Heritage of Humanity" with the civil society. Another partnership is being developed with the “City Hall” of SQS 113. The group, made up of women, is responsible for the project team's first contact with the liquidators and residents of the Superquadra buildings. These residents need to understand the purpose of the project and participate in interviews. The “City Hall” also provides space in the Superquadra for the lectures to take place.