RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Environmentalist and ex-U.S. Vice-President Al Gore said that Brazil may experience a 17% drop in its Gross Domestic Product by 2048 unless it adopts measures to mitigate global warming, namely contain forest fires and eliminate carbon emissions from its production structure.
Gore's projection is contained in a report by Swiss Re insurance company. He spoke at the 4th edition of Global Citizen 2021 on Tuesday, May 25, an event promoted by Valor Econômico and Santander bank.
As is customary in his books and documentaries, Al Gore described with countless statistics the . . .