RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of 106 domestic and foreign companies, as well as 10 sector associations, have joined forces to ask Brazil to play a leading role in climate negotiations. The entrepreneurs also ask the country to assume more ambitious environmental protection goals.
In the letter, companies such as Bradesco, Natura, BRF, Nestlé, Amazon, Ipiranga and Bayer, state that the Brazilian protagonism in the climate issue is a tradition and that a change in this point would bring losses to the country.
The document "Businessmen for the Climate", released on Monday (27), is an initiative of CEBDS (Brazilian . . .