Brazil Speaks on Economics of Climate Change

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – On Tuesday the United Nations hosted in New York what is being called one of the largest summits on climate change, with leaders from around the world expected to agree to actions to limit climate change. The Brazilian government's actions to protect the Amazon region were at the forefront of many of the discussions, and President Dilma Rousseff said her government’s investments are producing results.

According to data from the Brazilian Ministry of Environment, in 2013 the government invested more than R$400 million in the development of . . .

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