The Way He Looks (Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho) – new Brazilian film will fight for Oscar 2015
The Way He Looks (Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho, in the original Portuguese), directed by Daniel Ribeiro, was selected by Brazil's Ministry of Culture to fight for the spot as the best foreign-language movie at the 2015 Oscars, minister Marta Suplicy an...
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Special Action on the Coastal Cleanup Day in Maceió Brazil
The beautiful beaches of our beloved Maceió and the whole Brazil are getting more and more polluted, more and more animals are found dead on the coast. Beaches, seas and lakes become the final destination of the majority of the wastes produced by humans which causes the animals to di
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Happy favelas in Brazil
A survey conducted in 63 slums, or favelas, in 35 cities throughout Brazil, shows that 94 percent of favela residents say they are happy, and three thirds would not leave their neighborhood if their income doubled, in spite of being strongly critical ...
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Global Warming to Be Monitored by Brazil Amazon’s Giant Tower
Construction has begun on a giant observation tower in the heart of the Amazon basin to monitor climate change. The Amazon Tall Tower Observatory is expected to rise 325 meters (1,066 feet) from the ground. 
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Wind Power to Increase as Energy Player in Brazil
By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Due to the surge in industrial activity in the last few decades, Brazil has began to worry about its current energy sources and has started to invest in new, complementary sources to meet its energy needs. On
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Activists Urge Brazil to Stop Killing of Amazon Dolphins
Activists from the Friends of the Manatee Association (Ampa) have placed a 12-meter-tall inflatable dolphin dummy outside the National Congress. The act was staged as part of a campaign entitled Red Alert, which aims to urge the Ministry of Environmen...
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