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Brazil’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimation System (SEEG)
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Brazil’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimation System (SEEG)

The Climate Observatory, a network that brings together 77 civil society organizations dedicated to discussing climate change in Brazil, released updated information on greenhouse gas emissions on 11/01/22. The data are part of the 10th edition of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimation System (SEEG) and were published five days before COP27, the World Climate Conference,...

Brazil Has Over 34 Million Licensed Vehicles, One of the Largest Flex-Fuel Fleets in the World
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Brazil Has Over 34 Million Licensed Vehicles, One of the Largest Flex-Fuel Fleets in the World

According to a study by consultancy Kearney, commissioned by General Motors, Brazil is expected to have a fleet of 5.5 million electric cars by 2035.The 100% electric car segment is the fastest growing in the world. They accounted for more than 7% of car and light commercial vehicle sales in 2021.The president of ABVE –...

Burns in the Amazon are 30% Above the Historical Average
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Burns in the Amazon are 30% Above the Historical Average

The destruction of the Amazon by fires has greatly accelerated and is 30% above the historical average. The alert system of the Laboratory of Environmental Satellite Applications at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (LASA/UFRJ) shows that the total amount of forest burned in 2022 already exceeds that of 2021.By 07/13/22, 622 thousand hectares...

How do Young Climate Activists in Brazil Think?
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How do Young Climate Activists in Brazil Think?

We interviewed 2 young activists, an Indigenous woman about the current problems faced in the environment, especially changes in land and forests and a young businessman who works in the recycling and circular economy sector. Julie Dorrico – Indigenous Woman “A democratic country must respect its biomes.” Please tell us your name, your age and...

Brazil: Climate Progress Report
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Brazil: Climate Progress Report

In view of the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50% endorsed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the UNFCCC, we have selected below 7 indicators from reliable sources in Brazil, including independent, government and sector organizations: About Gas Emission (Total/Relevant Sectors) The indicators 1 and 2 are published annually by...

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