Brazil’s local governments are among the most transparent in the world on environmental issues – NGO study


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) – an international nonprofit that measures the environmental impact on the planet – presented its most recent newsletter, published this Wednesday (8), naming Brazil as the ‘one of the six countries that stood out in 2021 in terms of environmental transparency.

This means that Brazilian states and municipalities have been the most open about their environmental problems and how they act to alleviate them. According to the survey, Brazil plans to reduce its carbon emissions by about 40% by 2030. And, by 2060, the goal is for the net emission to be almost. . .

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