Brazilian Minister of Environment and Climate Change Marina Silva said this Sunday (26) that the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is internally debating the creation of a decree to recognize a permanent state of climate emergency in more than a thousand municipalities mapped as vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
"There is a suggestion that is being debated within the government for a permanent state of climate emergency to be declared in the municipalities that are proven to be vulnerable so that there can be continued action," said the minister.
Marina also said that science could . . .
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