The Pampa Table Combines Design And Environmental Conservation, Promoting The Importance Of Protecting Brazil's Ecosystems.
The Pampa Biome is a region shared between Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay, covering an area of 700,000 km². Characterized by small to medium-sized vegetation, flat and slightly undulating terrain, it harbors a rich diversity of animals and is an important habitat for birds. It is protected by ecological reserves, such as the Pampa-Quebradas del Norte Biosphere Reserve, recognized by UNESCO. The Pampa is a unique and crucial ecosystem that needs to be preserved. Its vegetation is predominantly herbaceous, with grasses and herbs, and it has a temperate climate with cold winters and hot summers. Unfortunately, it faces threats such as the conversion of areas for agriculture and unplanned urbanization. To ensure the survival of this biome and its biodiversity, sustainable practices are essential.