The institution of Planares and the creation of Recicla+ aim to improve the solid waste management in a proper, transparent and efficient way in the country.
New normative instrument establishes responsibilities, establishes organizational structure and defines guidelines, procedures and actions to ensure the joint and coordinated action of the public and private sectors, mitigate possible environmental damage and avoid, as much as possible, damage to public health.
Municipalities now have legislative competence to establish extensions of marginal bands of APPs, taking into account local characteristics.
Even in the case of joint and several liability, the burden of reparation can only be attributed to the State in the impossibility of the actual causative agent to repair the damage.
Program created a few days before the start of COP-26 demonstrates the country's evolution in the effort to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and meet the 2030 Agenda.
Among the main issues to be discussed by global leaders is the regulation of the carbon market.
Prosecutors allege violation of the constitutional right to prior consultation of traditional and indigenous communities.
The growing concern about climate change in the country encourages the proposition of new standards on environmental aspects, as well as innovative judicial decisions that incorporate legal guidelines related to climate issues.
New environmental licensing model proposed in Bill No. 3,729/04 intends to reduce bureaucracy in environmental licensing processes, aiming to increase legal certainty.
Fuel can be the key to guarantee ing Brazil a role in economic restructuring based on strategies associated with issues of the environmental, social and governance agenda
Decrees approved by the government of Minas Gerais increase the stringency of environmental agencies, the means of inspection and the penalties applied to entrepreneurs who own dams.