Carlos Minc

Brazil’s Minister of Enviornment, Carlos Minc, spoke to about Brazil’s domestic forestry policies, explaining how his country’s deforestation rates have plummeted, and he calls for a greater emphasis and more funding adaptation efforts. He also talks about the importance of biofuel and hydroelectric power, and says the economies in transition should help each other. **This interview is conducted in Spanish and Portuguese.** Also see Armando Monteiro Neto, President of the Brazilian Confederation of Industries, speaking from Copenhagen