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Public Policy
WWF-Brasil’s Public Policy Office was created in 2012 to support WWF-Brasil’s integrated political strategy at national and international level. It works to strengthen and defend Brazil’s system of national parks and other protected areas, build and align institutional positions on important issues, engage the private sector and civil society in nature conservation, and monitor the implementation and promote improvements to Brazil’s socioenvironmental legislation.
28 Apr 2021

In the middle of the pandemic, the bill was placed on the Federal Senate agenda without any debate ...

22 May 2020

Deforestation in the Legal Amazon increased by 64% in the first seven days of May 2020

31 May 2019

A letter presented by Kanindé Association, from the Amazon state of Rondônia, condemns threats to ...

07 Dec 2018

​The bill is ready to be voted on the House Floor. If it becomes law, it will ensure incentives for ...

19 Nov 2018

An overview on Brazil’s status within the goals of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CDB)

28 Sep 2017

Brazil and the world have spoken against the government. Activists, artists, scholars, ordinary ...

05 Sep 2017

Renca is only one of the ongoing offensives against Brazilian protected areas.

19 May 2017

The issue covers federal protected areas from North to South. Land grinding and mining are the ...

28 May 2015

The measure, which seeks to ascribe to the National Congress the responsibility for officially ...

29 Apr 2015

The new legislation deals with genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with ...

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