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Brazil Can Use Land More Efficiently to Simultaneously Grow Agricultural Production and Protect Natural Resources
December 3, 2013
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil has vast natural resources that carry immense potential for the country’s economic and environmental ...
December 3, 2013
We find that there is ample scope for enhanced protection of natural resources and growth of agricultural production in Brazil within a Production and Protection framework. From a protection standpoint, the country would benefit from developing mechanisms that significantly drive up the private cost of clearing native vegetation, as well as through the advancement of market-based incentives that promote sustainable practices. From a production standpoint, there is room to increase Brazilian agricultural production via productivity gains, at no apparent cost to environmental conservation.
Uso Mais Eficiente da Terra no Brasil Permite Aumento da Produção Agropecuária Acompanhado de Proteção de Recursos Naturais
3 de Dezembro de 2013
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRASIL – A grande riqueza de recursos naturais do Brasil proporciona imenso potencial para que o país ...
The report says $359 billion has already been spent this year, but it is less than last year.
The bulk ...
November 20, 2013
Warsaw, Poland—A new series of data visualizations from Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) illustrate climate investment around the world, a ...