Brazil Cuts Climate Budget By 96%

Of the R$11.8 (US$3) million that were supposed to be used this year by the National Policy on Climate Change to meet the commitments assumed by the Ministry of the Environment, R$11.3 million (96 percent) were cut, leaving only R$500,000.

Global warming has been seen for a while now as politically negligible by the Bolsonaro government. In January, the Minister of Foreign Relations, Ernesto Araújo, stated that climate change is a "Marxist plot".

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