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Brazil, Congo and Indonesia join forces to preserve tropical forests

Building an alliance for the environment

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The Democratic Republic of Congo, Brazil and Indonesia have forged an alliance to preserve the biome. Homes to the largest tropical forests in the world, the trio intends to value the biodiversity of the countries, as well as promote fair pay for the ecosystem services provided by them. The good news was given by the Secretary of Climate and International Relations of the Ministry of Environment, Marcus Paranaguá, and the deputy ministers of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia. «We are very happy to announce this agreement on which we have been working hard since last year, » revealed Marcus. The new alliance was also a subject at COP27 in Egypt, at a conference addressing the issue of climate change. 
T. Joana Rebelo