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President of Central Bank of Brazil Disagrees With ‘Heavy Hand’ Regulations for Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin 15 Aug 2022
The president of the Central Bank of Brazil, Roberto Campos Neto, has defended the use of more moderate regulations in the crypto environment ... He also explained his goal is to connect the digital with the regulated world. Central Bank of Brazil President Criticizes Harsh Approach to Crypto Regulation.
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Record levels of destruction of Brazil's rainforest

RTE 12 Aug 2022
The deforestation of Brazil's Amazon rainforest reached a record high for the first seven months of the year ... Responding to the figures, the Environment Ministry in Brazil claimed that, in the 12 months to the end of July, there was a 2.16% drop in deforestation over the previous year.
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Independent news has never been so important.

Democracy Now 12 Aug 2022
When they went missing in Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest, he helped to coordinate a search-and-rescue mission ... Journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous Expert Bruno Pereira Missing in Brazil ... Brazil ... Environment ... The Union of Indigenous Peoples of the Javari Valley in the Amazon of Brazil.
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Brazil manifestos seek to rein in Bolsonaro before election

The Associated Press 11 Aug 2022
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — One president of Brazil built a giant dam that wrought tremendous damage in the Amazon rainforest ... DA SILVA ON THE ENVIRONMENT. Back in 2003, when da Silva put together his first Cabinet, he picked Amazon rainforest activist Marina Silva as environment minister at a time when logging was rampant.
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Explainer: Causes and consequences of Amazon fires and deforestation

Reuters 10 Aug 2022
Aug 10 (Reuters) - Brazil vowed last year to halt deforestation by 2030, yet the number of fires burning in the country's Amazon rainforest hit a 15-year high in June ... Things could worsen this month, as Brazil's fires traditionally peak in August and September ... Global Climate & Environment Correspondent, based in Brazil.
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Explained | Causes and consequences of Amazon fires and deforestationThings could worsen this month, as ...

Deccan Herald 10 Aug 2022
Brazil vowed last year to halt deforestation by 2030, yet the number of fires burning in the country's Amazon rainforest hit a 15-year high in June ... Things could worsen this month, as Brazil's fires traditionally peak in August and September ... Why are Brazil's fires so bad at this time of the year? ... Brazil will hold presidential elections in October.
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Hogs carry muscle from sand to court

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 10 Aug 2022
"I've never been to the beach before a game," University of Arkansas forward Trevon Brazile said ... "In the sand," Brazile said ... He's definitely a pro and he showed that tonight," said Brazile, a sophomore transfer from Missouri ... Brazile scored 12 points on 5-of-5 shooting and hit both of his free throws ... "It's just a great environment to be around.".
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Avianca Group makes NDC content available to Sabre-connected travel agents

Longview News-Journal 10 Aug 2022
Sabre-connected agencies and developer partners can now shop, book and service NDC offers alongside other content using Sabre's Offer and Order APIs, agency point-of-sale tool Sabre Red 360 as well as corporate online booking tool GetThere – all within a familiar booking environment.
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Confronting One World Order (OWO) Globalism. The Rise and Fall of the Beast

GlobalResearch 10 Aug 2022
We may now be at these crossroads ... The 1992 Earth Summit in Rio – official name United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 3-14 June 1992. It was based on the Club of Rome’s (in)famous 1971 publication “Limits to Growth, A Simulation Model of World Population, Environment and Economics”.
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Brazil: Indigenous Rights Under Serious Threat

Human Rights Watch 09 Aug 2022
The government has also weakened the federal environmental protection agencies, the Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA, its Portuguese acronym) and the Institute for the Conservation of Biodiversity (ICMBio), leaving Indigenous territories even more vulnerable to encroachment.
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Man who deforested Amazon wins demise of park

Kearney Hub 08 Aug 2022
In 2016, the Vilela family made headlines in Brazil for being at the center of a landmark enforcement operation against deforestation in the Amazon, known as the Flying Rivers Operation, carried out by the Brazilian environment agency Ibama, the federal police and the attorney general ... Legal proceedings often stretch for many years in Brazil.
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Problematic or perilous: Brazil's environmental choice

Bowling Green Daily News 07 Aug 2022
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — One president of Brazil built a giant dam that wrought tremendous damage in the Amazon rainforest ... DA SILVA ON THE ENVIRONMENT. Back in 2003, when da Silva put together his first Cabinet, he picked Amazon rainforest activist Marina Silva as environment minister at a time when logging was rampant.
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Problematic or perilous: Brazil’s environmental choice

Wtop 07 Aug 2022
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — One president of Brazil built a giant dam that wrought tremendous damage in the Amazon rainforest ... DA SILVA ON THE ENVIRONMENT. Back in 2003, when da Silva put together his first Cabinet, he picked Amazon rainforest activist Marina Silva as environment minister at a time when logging was rampant.
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Brazilian state gives up park fight

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 07 Aug 2022
In 2016, the Vilela family made headlines in Brazil for being at the center of a landmark enforcement operation against deforestation in the Amazon, known as the Flying Rivers Operation, carried out by the Brazilian environment agency, Ibama, the federal police and the attorney general ... Legal proceedings often stretch for many years in Brazil.
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Man who destroyed vast forest wins demise of park

Times Free Press 07 Aug 2022
In 2016, the Vilela family made headlines in Brazil for being at the center of a landmark enforcement operation against deforestation in the Amazon, known as the Flying Rivers Operation, carried out by the Brazilian environment agency, Ibama, the federal police and the attorney general ... Legal proceedings often stretch for many years in Brazil.

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