The aircraft manufacturing companies based in Brazil and the United States have signed a memorandum of understanding for implementation of a biofuels research centre.
Brazil’s Space Research Institute has signed an agreement with the FAO to introduce the Brazilian system to technicians from 22 countries this year and in the next, including Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.
The director-general of FAO, José Graziano, says the country is among the awarded for reaching the goal before the deadline.
The accolade is presented to best practices in urban management, and is currently in its 10th edition. Prizes will be awarded to twelve initiatives.
The event will take place on May 4th and 5th in preparation for the United Nations climate summit, due to be held in September in New York.
There will be a loss of 849 million hectares of green lands by 2050, if the current deforestation rate continues. The figure is part of a UNEP study and represents nearly the size of Brazil.
Event will run from January 18th to 25th in the United Arab Emirates. The World Future Energy Summit, the program’s highlight, will focus on projects worth a combined US$ 8 billion.