Stop Illegal Activity in the Amazon: A Plea From Brazil’s Private Sector Business leaders are urging the government to rescue the country’s track record on the environment. Article by Paulo Hartung, the executive president of Ibá (the Brazilian Tree Industry).
Time for the bioeconomy ''The younger generations are more connected to sustainability, aware of the role they play and the need to guarantee a future for humankind.'' By Paulo Hartung
Brazilian forestry sector leads through products and sustainability 'Brazil is an environmental power with competitive differentials in the segments of planted trees as well as the products coming from them, including pulp and paper.' by Paulo Hartung, Ibá
Why Business Needs Brazil in the Fight Against Climate Change There is no agribusiness without a healthy Amazon, writes a former Brazilian governor and forestry executive.
Debate on the environment must be taken seriously, writes Paulo Hartung Brazil cannot close itself off from debate. Copenhagen is an example to be followed. Government should work together with private sector.
A vocation for environmental leadership Without partisanship and without prejudice, now is time to work for our future generations. By Paulo Hartung, economist and executive president of Ibá; former governor of the state of Espírito Santo (2003–2010/2015–2018)