Fourteen days across the Atlantic, perched on a ship’s rudder

By Joel Gunter / BBC News Four Nigerian stowaways set out for Europe on the rudder of a tanker. They had no idea they were bound for Brazil, and a two-week ocean voyage that would nearly kill them. A little after midnight on 27 June, Roman Ebimene Friday gathered up the food he had been…
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ChatGPT Tutorial – A Crash Course on Chat GPT for Beginners

This ChatGPT Tutorial is a Crash Course on Chat GPT for Beginners. With the increase in popularity, ChatGPT is still unknown to many people. In this video, I will provide a crash course on different ways to use ChatGPT.

Amazon leaders fail to commit to end deforestation by 2030

Lula, the president of Brazil, speaks to his minister of Indigenous peoples, Sonia Guajajara, at the Amazon summit. Photograph: Ricardo Stuckert/Brazilian presidency/AFP/Getty Eight South American presidents including Brazil’s Lula say rich countries need to pledge more resources to help protect rainforest Tom Phillips in Belém, Patrick Greenfield and agencies Amazon leaders have called on rich countries to help…
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Amazon deal lacks concrete measures, say climate activists

AFP Demonstrators, including indigenous people from Amazon countries, marched in Belém on Tuesday as the summit kicked off By Katy Watson in Belém, Brazil & Christy Cooney in London BBC News The eight countries that share the Amazon basin have fallen short of an agreed goal to end deforestation. Delegates from the countries are meeting…
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Brazil in need of investments

Delay costs 4 times as much as before eyesonbrasil Amsterdam,  9 August 2023– According to Instituto Escolhas, a Brazilian organization promoting sustainable development, South America’s largest country will have to invest US$ 47 billion to recover a large area of forests in the country’s six biomes, which would result in employment generation, food production, and…
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Annual Utility Decarbonization Report 2022

The Next Generation of Energy Clean energy technologies are central to limiting the impacts of climate change as the world shifts away from emissions-intensive energy sources. Embracing clean energy alternatives means fundamentally changing the way we produce and consume energy—in all its forms. The State of Decarbonization While the ecological, economic, and social risks of…
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Strengthening growth in Latin America

What role for female labor participation? On the occasion of the launch of the OECD Economic Outlook, this high-level panel of experts aimed to facilitate the exchange of views and experiences among Latin American experts on how to increase female labor participation in Latin America and thus strengthen potential growth. The panel was moderated by…
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Latin America Press Conference

OECD Economic Outlook OECD economists presented the main messages of the OECD Economic Outlook as well as the outlook for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru.

Exclusive Interview with Biden, Clinton and Obama Advisor on Climate Change

One of the secrets for success is more and better investments in data and more data. Listen to David J. Hayes in an exclusive one-on-one interview with eyesonbrasil. David J. Hayes is an American attorney and legal scholar who serves in the Biden Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Climate Policy.  Hayes has led the White…
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Venezuela’s Oil Industry Is Broken

Now It’s Breaking the Environment Isayen Herrera // Sheyla UrdanetaPhotographs //Adriana Loureiro Fernandez Explosive gas flares from nearby oil wells spew an oily, flammable residue on the plants. The leaves burn, dry up and wither. There is no poison that can fight the oil,” he said. “When it falls, everything dries up.” Venezuela’s oil industry, which…
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