Interview: Brazil Will Suffer Economically Unless it Cooperates in Environmental Area

Member of Republique En Marche, Macron's party, Pascal Canfin is president of the European Parliament's Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.

By Mathias Alencastro

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One of the main allies of French president Emmanuel Macron on the environmental area, European Parliament deputy Pascal Canfin, 46, says that the continent's market for Brazilian products that contribute to deforestation will be progressively closed.

"Brazil can't figure on the international scene as the country that doesn't want to cooperate. It would be a terrible economic decision," says Canfin.

Member of Republique En Marche, Macron . . .

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