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RETROSPECTIVA_2023 - Onda de calor no Rio. - Foto: Tânia Rêgo/Agência Brasil

Year of 2023 Brazil’s hottest on record

Nine of the 12 months of last year had monthly temperature averages above the historical average, with September standing out with the greatest difference between the recorded value and the average.

Manaus (AM), 22/11/2023, Embarcações e Flutuantes encalhados na comunidade de Nossa Senhora de Fátima, devido ao nível baixo do rio Igarapé Tarumã-açu, na maior seca em 121 anos que Manaus vem sofrendo. Foto: Rafa Neddermeyer/Agência Brasil

Amazon basin sees lowest rainfall in over 40 years

Conditions have affected rivers and biodiversity, especially in the headwaters of the Solimões, Purus, Juruá, and Madeira rivers, as far as the southernmost countries of the forest, Peru and Bolivia.

A ministra do Meio Ambiente, Marina Silva,  divulga Plano Ecológico na COP28 como proposta do Sul Global. Foto: Frame/COP28/United Nations Climate Change

Brazil calls for stricter measures to phase out fossil fuels at COP28

The Brazilian Environment minister contends that the current text lacks ambition regarding deadlines and clearer language and deems it insufficient in this regard.

Rio de Janeiro (RJ), 15/11/2023 – Cariocas e turistas lotam praia de Ipanema, na zona sul, em dia de forte calor no Rio de Janeiro. Foto: Tomaz Silva/Agência Brasil

Heatwave hits 2,700 Brazilian cities, should end Friday

States facing the heatwave should receive heavy rainfall next week. In the Southeast, the drop in temperature on Friday (Nov. 17) is likely to be accompanied by precipitation.

Guapimirim (RJ), 30/03/2023 - Uma Guarça-moura(Ardea cocoi) pousa perto de manguezal na Área de Proteção Ambiental (APA) de Guapimirim, Guapimirim, Região Metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro. 
Foto: Tânia Rêgo/Agência Brasill

Mangroves thwart carbon absorption in atmosphere, studies reveal

Unesco’s initiative to designate July 26 as the International Day for the Conservation of Mangroves has mobilized scientists, who argue that restoring these endangered ecosystems could prove key in curbing global warming.