RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has put forward major proposals to environmental issues since last year, and has much to gain from the world's growing demand for care and services linked to the environment, according to former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Todd Chapman.
"This is an important issue for Brazil to capitalize on. Not by seeing it as a threat, but rather as an opportunity," Chapmann said on Tuesday, January 25.
"Brazil is rich in environmental resources, and the wealthiest world, in the G20, is saying that it wants to buy environmental services. Brazil has a lot to . . .