Volume 3, nº 1, 2017

Realities, utopias and the global climate change agenda

This edition of Panorama Internacional FEE addresses the environmental debate on a global level. In this sense, the authors’objective is to discuss the multilateral articulation efforts that aim at the construction of an international regime for facing the adverse effects of climate change on life in general and on the ways societies are organized. The

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The energy matrices of Brazil, the United States and China, their vectors and environmental impact

Something about the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) in Paris, in December 2016 To begin with, there is no consensus on what causes global warming, although most scientists understand the anthropogenic importance of this issue. Taking that into account, I will make a

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Brazil and Rio Grande do Sul facing the global challenge of water resources management

Fresh water[1] is now considered one of the most precious and coveted assets in the world alongside oil and, for this reason, it has become one of the main matters of international disputes and conflicts. With the expansion of human activities, especially the industrial and agricultural ones, and the disorderly growth of cities, freshwater springs

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