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Climate Leadership #12Pedro Martins

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On the Media

Mário Soares gives an interview to magazine Humanitas UNISINOS about the conservation of the mangrove

December 17,  2020

Mário Soares talks to the USP radio about the relevance of science and the mangrove

March 3, 2021

Mário Soares explains how plains associated with mangrove forests remove carbon from the atmosphere

June 9, 2021


References to climate and environmental issues in Bolsonaro’s discourse before multilateral arenas: a brief content analysisMay 10, 2021

Speeches are more than words, they are expressions of the ideas and interests of the actors who give them, especially when it comes to the president of a nation. By analyzing the content of the discourse of political actors, such as Brazil’s president, one can accurately identify the ideas and the interests behind its political outlook on specific issues.

2021 Climate Summit: “reving up the engine” for COP-26 in GlasgowApril 30, 2021

The eyes of the world community are once again set upon the fight against global warming, thanks to the Climate Summit hosted by the US government. After former president Donald Trump announced Washington’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, the United States resumed its leadership position in the climate change mitigation and adaptation movement.

Bolsonaro at the Climate Summit: fake news in the post-truth world?April 23, 2021

One year after the infamous April 2020 ministerial meeting, in which the Minister of the Environment, Ricardo Salles, defended the tactic of “doing all of it in two shakes (of a lamb’s tail) in matters of environmental policy, Bolsonaro’s speech at the Leaders Summit on Climate, convened by the Biden-Harris administration, took by surprise not only the Brazilian society, but also large segments of the international community. Bolsonaro’s speech referred to achievements and commitments of the Brazilian government that were totally disconnected from the reality of decisions and policies implemented by his administration since he took office in January 2019.

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