Troca entre os países tem o objetivo de compartilhar técnicas de gestão e experiências práticas utilizadas para aumentar a produtividade sem deixar de lado a sustentabilidade da produção.
Four environmental defenders are murdered every week in Latin America and the Caribbean. A new regional agreement aims to protect them and provide all citizens with environmental rights.
Sean DeWitt, director of the Global Restoration Initiative, and Miguel Calmon, WRI Brasil director of forests, say forest restoration means this generation can be the first to leave the planet better off than they found it
Recent controversial actions have raised doubts that the world's seventh-largest emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG) will be able to meet its national climate commitment under the Paris Agreement, which is heavily dependent on curbing deforestation
A seminar in Rio de Janeiro celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Earth Summit '92, which has included the debate on climate change in the global agenda
The expression "the occupation of the Amazon will follow the fox's leg" has left until today a simplistic and ignorant geopolitical heritage compared to the enormous and still little exploited potential of the natural resources of the regional biodiversity. Read the full article published in the newspaper Valor Econômico
On the National Day of Caatinga (April 28), learn about the history of Pintadas’ fruits pulp agro-industry in the state of Bahia, which has been conceived by women and aims promoting the sustainable rural development and the restoration and conservation of the Brazilian biome
Advancing open government is not limited to national actions. Cities, districts, and regions all have a critical role to play in democratic reforms. By promoting greater transparency and increasing access to information, local governments can empower citizens with the knowledge they need to engage in the political processes that shape their everyday lives
During the recent confirmation hearings of President Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees, a familiar pattern has emerged. Many of them have acknowledged that climate change is happening, but each has then sowed doubt by either understating the connection between human activity and climate change or by suggesting that there’s too much uncertainty to act. The overall effect of these statements is to confuse or stall progress