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.
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.
New standard follows the global market trend in requiring enterprises to adopt ESG criteria and establishes measures that will contribute to sustainable national development.
Following the progress of legislation and technology, updating the manual is essential to standardize the management procedure of contaminated areas not only in the state of São Paulo, but throughout Brazil.
The objective is to close pending lawsuits over violations resulting from fires in sugarcane growing areas in the state of São Paulo.
Decree No. 65,486/21 raises environmental clearance to the level of a mandatory condition in the environmental licensing of enterprises, works, or activities of significant impact in the state.
State Law No. 23,795/21 requires developers and entrepreneurs to create an Economic and Social Recovery Plan (PRDES), which will include all actions to remedy the socioeconomic, cultural, or environmental damage caused by dams.