Source: One Planet
Author: Janaína Dallan
Image: Getty Images
"Brazil's natural heritage is an important currency on the global stage, so we need to be protagonists in the transition to a low-carbon and regenerative economy" By Janaína Dallan for One Planet.
"The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the UN body that assesses climate change was clear: either we act against global warming now or we will be on a fast track to climate disaster with major coastal cities under water, heat waves and unprecedented drought periods, and storms affecting populations and agricultural crops. The good news is that the IPCC also shows us that we already know the strategies and have the main tools to reverse this scenario, which is very worrying for us in Brazil, because of our Amazon Forest, rich in biodiversity and able to generate carbon credit for its preservation."
Learn more: https://umsoplaneta.globo.com/opiniao/colunas-e-blogs/janaina-dallan/post/2022/05/nao-queremos-mas-noticias.ghtml
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