Brazil’s government faces challenging mission at upcoming Climate Summit

This week President Bolsonaro will face one of his mandate's greatest challenges: to persuade 40 other world leaders that his government is working to protect the Amazon forest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On April 22nd and 23rd, Brazil will take part in a virtual meeting to discuss global warming. Guided by environment minister Ricardo Salles, Bolsonaro sent a seven-page letter to U.S. President Joe Biden advising his preservation plans for the Amazon, which range from land title regularization to carbon credit sales.

"Contrary to what the heralds of the Apocalypse said, that the government was not going to engage with the Biden government, that . . .

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