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Brazil’s power play in the South Atlantic

Free West Media 02 Jul 2022
"Blue Amazon" is what political Brazil calls its exclusive economic zone in the waters of the South Atlantic ... Brazil’s navy is being upgraded ... Brazil’s strategic environment, in which the west coast of Africa is included, is a very important region for the country in economic and political terms ... Brazil unhindered by politics.

Amazon wild west: where drugs, fish and logging are big money but life is cheap

Yahoo Daily News 01 Jul 2022
Saraiva served as superintendent for the state of Amazonas until 2021, when he was sidelined by the Bolsonaro administration after leading an investigation that linked Brazil’s former environment minister Ricardo Salles to illegal logging in the rainforest.

2 top AIM stocks investors should buy this July!

The Motley Fool 30 Jun 2022
An unrelenting stream of scary inflation data suggests that buying Greatland Gold (LSE. GGP) shares could be a good idea ... This company is focused on producing nickel and cobalt from two projects in Brazil. Industrial metals like this also rise in value during inflationary environments, albeit traditionally at a lower pace than gold ... .

ABCC to organise mission to Brazil for Arab companies

Gulf Daily News 28 Jun 2022
Meetings on topics such as Consumption trends and International Market, Doing Business in Brazil, Business Environment and Taxation, among others, will be held to educate executives on the Brazilian market and its regulatory matter, including a guided technical visit to the Port ...

What to Expect From South Korea's First NATO Summit

Beijing News 28 Jun 2022
Ahead of the NATO summit, China and Russia vowed closer cooperation along with other BRICS members Brazil, India, and South Africa at the summit of the emerging economies on June 22. Only Brazil criticized the Russian invasion of Ukraine at the U.N ... Under this global security environment, Evans Revere, a former acting assistant secretary for the U.S.

Murdered British journalist Dom Phillips laid to rest in Brazil

The Observer 26 Jun 2022
The British journalist Dom Phillips has been laid to rest in Brazil, exactly ... Their killings have sparked international outrage and highlighted the historic assault on Indigenous communities and the environment that has unfolded under Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro.

BRICS countries to consolidate, advance cooperation momentum: MOC

China Daily 25 Jun 2022
The positive results of the meeting show that the willingness of BRICS countries to unite and cooperate has not changed, while the momentum has not declined, despite mounting uncertainties and instabilities in the global environment, Wang noted.

Suzano outlines ESG milestone achievements and commitments at second annual ESG call

Hastings Tribune 24 Jun 2022
This is more than pertinent, given that in Brazil, 10% of the population lives below the poverty line and 33.1 million Brazilians experience hunger ... https.// ... CONTACT ... NEW YORK NORTH AMERICA UNITED STATES EUROPE BRAZIL SOUTH AMERICA ... ENVIRONMENT FOREST PRODUCTS SUSTAINABILITY ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES NATURAL RESOURCES CLIMATE CHANGE ... .

UN voices concerns about Brazil “Poison Package” pesticide bill

Jurist 23 Jun 2022
Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies overwhelmingly passed the bill back in February ... Brazil has faced heavy environmental concerns in the last several years, including the Amazon fires in 2019 and 2020 ... Thus, activists say the two Bills will continue a negative slide for Brazil’s environment and the indigenous populations who live nearby.

Norway ready to resume Amazon payments to Brazil if elections change government -minister

Reuters 22 Jun 2022
OSLO, June 22 (Reuters) - Norway is ready to resume payments to Brazil over the prevention of the deforestation of the Amazon if there is a change of government in October's ... Brazil's Environment Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday.

Leaving Cert Spanish: Topical paper with a sprinkling of ‘magic’

The Irish Times 21 Jun 2022
Martha Brazil, ... ”If students had studied their tenses well they should have found the dialogue, note or diary written questions accessible and we welcomed the well prepared topic of the environment for the formal letter which students would have been happy to see,” Ms Brazil said.

Gustavo Petro, former guerrilla, will be Colombia's first leftist president

The Keene Sentinel 20 Jun 2022
Petro told The Washington Post that he envisions a progressive alliance with Chile and Brazil, a new Latin American left built not on extractive industries but rather on protecting the environment ... And in Brazil, the largest country in Latin America, leftist former president Luiz ...

'Defenders of nature': a tribute to Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips – video

The Guardian 17 Jun 2022
Their deaths have horrified Brazil and underline the dangers faced by those defending the country's environment and Indigenous communities.

Bolsonaro draws flak amid Amazon murders probe

The Manila Times 17 Jun 2022
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil. Nature defenders, colleagues and family of British journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira expressed anger Thursday (Friday in Manila) as evidence mounted they were murdered in the Amazon, laying the blame at the door of Brazil's government ... "People dead for defending Indigenous lands and the environment.

Bolsonaro blamed as UN, activists denounce Amazon murders

Yahoo Daily News 17 Jun 2022
Late Wednesday, the federal police chief of Brazil's northern Amazonas state said there was "a 99 percent probability" the unearthed remains corresponded to the missing men ... Shamdasani said attacks and threats against activists and Indigenous people in Brazil were "persistent" and urged the government to step up protections.

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