We present the 49th edition of our Environmental Radar, a monthly newsletter created by Stocche Forbes Environmental and Climate Risks´ team, to share information about the main trending topics in the environmental, climate change and corporate sustainability fields, including legislations, court precedents and relevant news.
ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS: Ceará implements rules on installments plans and discounts for fines.
RURAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGISTRATION: Normative instruction defines criteria for expedited CAR procedure
ENVIRONMENTAL LICENSING: INEMA institutes a special licensing procedure for forestry and livestock businesses and enterprises.
DECOMMISSIONING POTENTIALLY POLLUTING ENTERPRISES: The Normative Instruction sets out procedures for deactivating and shutting down potentially pollutant businesses and enterprises.
REVERSE LOGISTICS: Mato Grosso do Sul issues regulations on the reverse logistics system for packaging
INDIGENOUS LAND DEMARCATION: The CCJ approves a Bill that will change demarcation rules for indigenous land.
ENVIRONMENT: Business owners and intellectuals sign a letter against legislative efforts to roll back environmental rules.
LAND REGULARIZATION: The Chamber approves fast tracking a bill changing Brazil’s land regularization system.
SUSTAINABLE FINANCE: The number of green debentures issued and ESG credit transactions in Brazil rise in 2021
DEFORESTATION: Deforestation increases and La Niña intensifies CO2 emissions and outbreaks of fire in the Amazon.
RENEWABLE ENERGY: Wind power on the rise in the first half of 2021 in Brazil.
SUSTAINABLE FINANCE: ECB announces steps to incorporate climate change in monetary policy