By Jennifer Jacobowitz Rae INTRODUCTION The access to water and sanitation is a human right that has been discussed internationally since the 1970s. However, it has always been linked to the right to life, health, adequate housing, adequate food, and working conditions; a list that can certainly be extended as water takes part in most … Continue reading Will bill 3,235/2019 ensure a sustainable water and sanitation universalization in Brazil? A historical perspective of the water and sanitation governance in Brazil
By Pedro Gagliardi [24 min read] SUMMARY This paper examines the costs and benefits of dry processing and/or dry stacking as alternative production methods for the current mining operations in Brazil. Both methods prevent the formation of tailings dams, which are created as a result of the extraction of iron ore. This paper carries out … Continue reading Dry mining in Brazil: A cost-benefit analysis after the tragedies of Mariana and Brumadinho
Columbia University, New York – March 2019. In an exclusive interview with Brazil Talk, the Brazilian economist André Lara Resende shares his vision on: – Fiscal Policy – Beyond GDP Ph.D. in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, André Lara Resende was the Director of the Central Bank of Brazil, one of the members … Continue reading Interview with André Lara Resende
Columbia University, New York – April 2019.