Follow the news and opinion from leading CEBDS spokesmen on major issues relating to sustainability here on our blog.
Brazil has always lived a water-rich culture, especially considering that the country holds 13% of the world’s freshwater supply, which is unevenly distributed. On top of that, there is mismanagement causing an impressive 37% of overall waste in the distribution of potable water.read more +
In order to meet the commitments of the Paris Climate Agreement, the price of a ton of carbon should be between US$40 and US$80 in 2020, and US$50 and $ 100 in 2030, according to a World Bank study released by the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC), in which CEBDS is a strategic partner.read more +
What do HSBC, China, LafargeHolcim and California have in common? Despite the continuing debate in some corners about the ways and means of climate change, they are getting down to business — assigning a price to carbon pollution and then letting the market uncover profitable emissions reductions opportunities.read more +
In an interview with BIOMAIS, Marina Grossi, Economist and President of CEBDS, reflects on the role of the sector and how the union of the business world with government is essential to the development of the country. Check the interview!read more +