The oil giant also expressed its intention to urge partners to meet the same goal in oil and gas fields where the company is present but not in charge of operations.
Originally, Brazil should buy shares from the bank adding up to $3.18 billion, but the government slashed the amount to approximately $5 million, claiming fiscal restrictions.
A survey entitled Organ Donation, revealed that seven in every ten Brazilians would like to be organ donors after death. However, approximately half of these potential donors (46%) did not inform their families of their intention.
The initiative is the last axis on the Urban Environment Agenda which is divided into six axes, ranging from green city areas to the quality of the water in rivers, lakes, and the ocean, seeking solutions for the environment in urban centers across the country, where 85 percent of Brazilians live.
The country’s case tally has reached 21,069,017, with recoveries adding up to 20,173,064—95.7 percent of the people infected in Brazil since the beginning of the pandemic.