U.S.-Brazil CEO Forum advocates “robust environmental sustainability agenda”

Business leaders address the relevance of building an environmental agenda that contributes to sustainable post-pandemic economic recovery.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Under international pressure, Brazil participates this Thursday in the Leaders' Climate Summit, organized by U.S president Joe Biden, with the support and high expectations of entrepreneurs comprising the Brazil-United States CEO Forum, responsible for promoting and increasing trade and investments between the two countries for 14 years.

This support was manifested in the "Environmental Sustainability Letter," sent to the Ministries of Environment, Economy, Civil House, and Foreign Relations last week, where the bloc expresses to the government its support to the "creation of a robust environmental sustainability agenda".

"It is in this context that . . .

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