Promoting sustainable practices and awareness of the connection among human health, animal health, and the environment are crucial to mitigating losses and achieving prosperity and sustainability in the Americas.
In the event of an open war between the U.S. and China that does not escalate to the strategic nuclear level, the war economies of both countries would be in an unfavorable situation for the Americans and the entire bloc of their allies.
To avoid the ecological and social collapse we are facing, profound reforms of this global economic system are needed, starting with a decarbonization of our society. This requires political will and leadership.
In an increasingly polarized world, which for many resembles a Cold War, with two ongoing conflicts with no end in sight, Brazil has made efforts to depolarize while opening a space for politics and dialogue.
The phenomenon of disinformation is nothing new. What distinguishes it today is the omnipresent presence of the Internet and social networks, which have radically transformed the way we access information.
In January was the first summit of the presidents of Paraguay and Brazil to review the treaty. While Paraguay wants to increase the tariff searching for greater profitability, Brazil has stated its intention to lower it to reduce costs for Brazilian consumer.