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North coast of Brazil, a green and blue PARADISE, but no one wants to live there: and do you know why?

Written by Roberta Souza
Published 26/05/2024 às 16:34
“Brazil”, “coast”, “north”
Photo: IA/Representation

Exploring the low population density in the coastal region of Brazil! A paradise dense with trees, flooded lands where the river divides with the sea!

O north coast of Brazil, With its vast expanse of beaches, mangroves and stunning landscapes, it seems like a paradise waiting to be populated. However, surprisingly, this region is home to a relatively small population compared to its geographic immensity. Let's explore the reasons behind this low population density and understand why so few Brazilians choose to call the North Coast home and perhaps then we will understand that it is not just a place of paradise islands as we expected, according to urban project

Piauí and its swampy coast

O Piaui, one of the states that make up the North Coast, has a short, marshy coastline. Flooded areas and mangroves hinder urban development and attract fewer inhabitants. The lack of infrastructure and economic opportunities also contributes to the low population density in this region.

“Brazil”, “coast”, “north”
Photo: IA/Representation

The blue Amazon and the discovery of oil

The call “Blue Amazon” is the vast maritime expanse that stretches along the Brazilian coast. Recently, the discovery of oil reserves in this area could be a game-changer. Oil companies are exploring these reserves, which could boost the local economy and attract more people to the region. However, this exploration faces environmental challenges that need to be carefully managed.

Fortaleza's strategy

Fortaleza, capital of Ceará, is a notable example of population growth in Coast North. Its strategic location, developed infrastructure and investments in tourism and commerce attracted many inhabitants. The city is known for its beaches, lively nightlife and pleasant climate.

“Fortaleza: where the sun shines brightly and coconut water is cheaper!”

The challenges of urbanization in Maranhão

O Maranhão, with its rich history and culture, is also part of the North Coast. However, the presence of mangroves and wetlands makes urbanization difficult. The lack of basic infrastructure and employment opportunities limits population growth in the region.

“Brazil”, “coast”, “north”
Photo: IA/Representation

The potential for sustainable development of the coast

To attract more inhabitants to the North Coast, it is essential to invest in infrastructure, education and sustainable development policies. Projects that promote tourism, sustainable fishing and environmental preservation can make this region more attractive to Brazilians.

In short, the Brazilian North Coast is an area of ​​contrasts: vast, but sparsely populated. Therefore, as the country seeks to balance economic development with environmental preservation, perhaps more people will choose to explore and inhabit this incredible region.

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