Two Books and a Photo to understand Brazil
Over the course of 37 years, Roda attained the genetics of Roda FIFA, the leading role to lead the talks in Brazil. I live watching old interviews on the program, as it’s not uncommon for certain concepts to be ahead of their time, as it takes ordinary people like me time to understand what was discussed.
Last week I was surprised to see the announcement that academic Jorge Caldira will be on the program to talk about his Brazilian book: The Comforting Paradise, which was published three years ago. Given that Caldeira has participated in the program five times – which should be a record, by the way, I did not understand the reason for “repeating” one of his interviews.
Unless it was a surprise to find that it was not a reboot, but a specific program talking about a book, because of its undoubted importance, can already be exhausting in libraries. The book warns that Brazil is an electric force, as it contains rivers with waterfalls, forests, biomass technology, sun, wind, and length. She has it all – and plenty of it.
The revealing and shocking cover of the book displays the map of the world from the perspective of the possibility of generating life, whether for animals or vegetables. By this standard, Brazil is the greatest power on the planet, which competes with all African countries.
If you don’t read the book, see your cover carefully – at least our ability to get the biggest and best energy matrix in the world will be clear as long as we can think strategically about the future and legislation today – it is.
In the interview, Caldira explains that Brazil can play an unprecedented role in years to face the climate issue, a challenge for the world, as an opportunity to become a key leader on the world stage.
Caldira himself, in the middle of the interview, risked explaining why Roda FIFA spent some time broaching the subject: “Brazil were not ready to discuss the book in 2020.” The next day, by chance, a notable conversation with one of the authors participating in the writers-Julia Sicola, who recommended him since the publication of the work in 2020.
Today, Julia is in her second year of an MBA at Stanford and has a strong focus on the Amazon as well as climate issues. I was surprised when I learned that in the Masters in Business Administration, 65% of students, from different nationalities, are focused on developing their careers at Climatech. This is perhaps the biggest indication that Brazil really is the biggest chance ever.
At the same time, one of the most famous programs in the country makes it possible to talk about “Brazil: the comfortable paradise” as if it were about modernity, and many photos of the new Minister of Finance, Fernando Haddad, registered at the World Economy Forum, in Davos, which he adopted for the Minister of the Environment, Marina Silva, one of the greatest references to the environmental agenda.
What is the camouflaged message that you tried to convey? Brazil may intend to create a new model. The images of two ministers side by side are historical symbolism.
After all, it is no longer possible to discuss economic problems without thinking about their effects on life on Earth. Another remarkable scene came to the current government of President Lula, who climbed the slope of Blanco at hand with the president of Rayyoun Tom Jobim Inspired, which made Busa Nova a world beat.
However, a new model will only be created if the Brazilian State, after 500 years, in fact continues to recognize in everyday life, and not only in celebration dates, that the effectiveness of caring for our biological diversity is in the knowledge and grandparents and the Peoples of the forest are indispensable.
Documentary director Joao Morira Salis has just launched the book Arabbald, describing the experience of living in Bara for six months and recording life in the Amazon. The book deals closely with how the Amazon occupied and how, and as a result, it became a poor and violent area.
But Moreira Salis also offers the true face of the region, where beauty, diversity and joy abound. For him, for him, Arrabalde is not Amazonia, but the rest of Brazil.
The richest realm of biological diversity – “life” – on this planet is not understood in his country. This “unloading” of the “giant country” by its nature “is that it is part of us looking in green and yellow, as if it were a safe channel, and the tree of the right to climb the slope itself like the plateau A few days ago by Cacique Raoni – to destroy everything he finds in the future What relaxes me is to believe it, to recover, you have to clean up.
Despite the challenges of the global economy and Brazil, 2023 begins with the announcement of a new period, where we have a lot to discuss about the value that really creates value, what really comes down to investments, and what are the true indicators of development indicators.
The image of Fernando and Marina together in Davos, for me, means the hope that “Arrabalde” can repeat “paradise”. Fersen Lambranho is the head of GP and G2D investments.