Brazil joins India, China and South Africa to defend funding for climate-rich countries – 22/04/2021 – Worldwide

In a preparatory action for the Climate Summit, Brazil met on April 8 with China, India and South Africa to advocate for the financing by rich countries of actions against global warming. During the meeting, a conference of environment ministers of the Basic Forum, which brings together the four countries, the Brazilian government contributed to … Read more

The French government calls for punishing the soldiers who threatened “ intervention ” in an open letter – 27/04/2021 – World

French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly said she would punish members of the military who signed an open letter threatening intervention in the country if President Emmanuel Macron does not act to “eradicate the dangers” that would lead society in a “civil” war. The text, signed by 20 reserve generals and endorsed by around 1,200 … Read more

Agriculture, Bolsonaro and Climate Summit – 04/22/2021 – Commodity shuttle

Agriculture should deploy cutting edge technology to transform soil at the next frontier into carbon innovation. This is the assessment made by Joe Biden, President of the United States, this Thursday (22), during the Climate Leaders Summit. This shows that agriculture will continue to be an important element in this battle to reduce polluting gases, … Read more

After climate summit, Bolsonaro says criticism of Brazil is not justified

After a conciliation speech at the Climate Summit, President Jair Bolsonaro (without a party) said in his live Thursday (22) that the criticisms leveled against Brazil are not justified and, with Minister Ricardo Salles (Environment) ), again requested foreign resources for the preservation of the environment. Bolsonaro listed the most polluting countries, with China (26.7%) … Read more

Asia plunges into pandemic, Japan joining India – 04/22/2021 – Nelson de Sá

Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended Joe Biden’s climate summit, but the news in India barely caught on. Headlines throughout the day in Dainik Jagran, India’s largest Hindi-language newspaper, were “devastated” about how “the crisis is getting worse” and “it’s out of control”. The Times of India, the largest English-language newspaper, was no different, calling the … Read more

Orbán gains more power in Hungary with university reform – 27/04/2021 – Worldwide

The Hungarian parliament passed a law on Tuesday (27) that lays the groundwork for the government to take control of universities and cultural institutions, in a move that critics say will increase the ideological footprint of Prime Minister Viktor’s leadership Orbán. At present, most of the universities in the country are state-owned, but have a … Read more