Where do the attacks on the agenda of climate change come from?
According to one of the analyses in a newsletter by the Brazilian Legislative Observatory, the agricultural frontier and Paraná stand out in the number of parliamentarians engaged in agendas against the subject
The Brazilian Legislative Observatory (OLB), whose objective is to produce qualified information and analysis on the behavior of the members of the National Congress and, thereby, helping the choices of the electors and the political incidence of organizations of civil society and social movements, published its first newsletter in May. This issue questioned "Where do the attacks on the agenda of climate change come from?" The answer was the agricultural frontier and the state of Paraná, which stand out in the number of deputies engaged in agendas against the subject. The analysis was made based on the results of the ranking referring to the past legislature. Read more here.