RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Vice-President Hamilton Mourão, on February 2nd, advocated a new development model for the Amazon. Early in the evening, Mourão joined a meeting of the Judiciary Environmental Observatory, promoted by the National Council of Justice (CNJ).
As president of the Amazon Council, a body established to unify government actions in the region, Mourão said that in addition to fighting deforestation, investment in science and technology are required for the region's development. According to the Vice-President, although the region is wealthy in natural diversity, there is no biopharmaceutical industry in . . .