An event in Brasília marked the official launch of an analysis that points to positive signs from the government in its structure of ministries and portfolios, important advances and points of attention
In November 2022, the Brazilian Coalition on Climate, Forests and Agriculture published the document “The Brazil of Tomorrow – proposals for the country’s agro-environmental agenda from now on,” with recommendations for the wining candidates in the October election. In April this year, an event organized by the entity produced the “Considerations of the Brazilian Coalition regarding the first 100 days of the government.” It presented signs that were “quite positive in relation to most of the agenda defended by the movement.”
Among the highlights, are the creation of the Ministry of the Indigenous Peoples, the re-establishment of the National Council for Food Security (Consea) and the emergence of the Extraordinary Secretariat for Combating Deforestation, within the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. The technical staff chosen to head these portfolios were also praised. However, the improvement of the Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) is one of the points of attention, as well as the greater control of deforestation in the Amazon.