Brazil has committed to implementing actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 43% by 2030, in comparison to 2005 levels.

Alexandre Kossoy |

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It is well established in the economic literature that it’s the rich who benefit from the lion’s share of energy subsidies. Yet, it is often the poor and vulnerable who protest loudly against…

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