After Risking Turning Brazil Into a ‘Climate Criminal’, Bolsonaro Agrees to Environmental Commitments

In a speech on the second day of the G20 conference, the President acknowledged the relevance of the environmental agenda in trade agreements, but again complained of "unjustified attacks".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over the past few months, the environmental factor has become crucial to the future of the Bolsonaro government. On one hand, Joe Biden, victorious in the U.S. elections, is considering the establishment of a group of 'climate criminal' countries, of which Brazil could be part. On the other . . .

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