By Anna Fitzpatrick, Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Since the end of 2010, heavy flooding in Brazil's financial capital has taken at least 25 lives, and caused countless economic losses. Geraldo Alckmin, the Governor of São Paulo since 2001, working with the new Rousseff administration, is now faced with perhaps the biggest challenge of his new term.
Economically, the city and state of São Paulo are top contributors to the nation’s GDP and thus the ramifications . . .