Brazilian composer Antônio Carlos Jobim famously said that Brazil is not for beginners. And that was decades before a figure like Bolsonaro became the president of the country with the highest biodiversity in the world. So to help you understand the importance of Brazil’s natural world and the risks it faces, we’ve compiled these four multimedia stories.
Did you know that 70% of the staff at Climate Tracker is female? On International Women’s Day, we share the stories of inspiring women in our family.
Brazil’s news landscape isn’t easy to crack — especially when it comes to socio-environmental news. Because some of the largest news vehicles are locked behind paywalls and the majority of the content is only available in Portuguese, finding reliable information about Brazil can be complicated.
To help you find reliable sources to navigate the Brazilian news maze, we profile five journalists that are closely following the new government’s every move.
Set in a remote mountain village in central Macedonia, Honeyland follows the story of Hatige Muratove, one of Europe’s last female bee hunters, whose world is threatened when a profit-oriented family of nomadic beekeepers move into her land and endanger the delicate ecosystem of bees.