In Brazil, the approval of bills that could lead to environmental setbacks in exchange for political support have caused concern among the scientific community. Research that was published in the Nature Climate Change journal on Monday (the 9th) maintains that if Brazil does not meet its environmental targets designed to help keep the average rise in global temperature at no more than 2ºC, then it could cost other countries US$ 5.2 trillion (nearly R$ 20 trillion).
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