Transmitting Renewable Energy to the Grid : The Case of Brazil
Brazil has one of the world's cleanest energy portfolios, with 85.3 percent of overall energy production coming from renewable sources (compared with the worldwide average of 16 percent), and with 75 percent of the country's 105,000 megawatt (MW) installed generation capacity coming from hydropower plants alone.
Global Economic Prospects: Heightened Tensions, Subdued Investment
Trade, Inflation, Manufacturing, Poverty, Monetary Policy, Industry, International Economics and Trade, Macroeconomics and Economic Growth, Poverty Reduction, international trade and trade rules, Business Cycles and Stabilization Policies, Inequality, Macroeconomic Management, Economic Growth, international trade and investment, emerging markets, …
Economic Premise | World Bank Group
Public Research Organizations and Agricultural Development in Brazil : How Did Embrapa Get It Right? Embrapa has succeeded in adapting, creating, and transferring... 4.6 Discussion (0) Knowledge Note Promoting Shared Prosperity in South Asia Economic growth is not sufficient to enable the lagging regions of South... 4.64706 Discussion (0)
Agua Brasil | World Bank Group
Agua Brasil | World Bank Group Series Agua Brasil 3.666665 3 Discussions Experience and lessons from water sector projects in Brazil. Additional Info Join the Discussion jose luis - Jul 17, 2022 muy bueno Bhishma - Mar 18, 2022 Good information Anvar - Jun 19, 2021 Interesting! Log in to comment Don't have an account? Register Now
Brazil: Wastewater sets smallholders free in the Sertão - World Bank
Financing Government of Brazil, GEF, IFAD, smallholders and private-sector companies The sustainable development challenge Even in water-abundant countries such as Brazil, water still emerges as a constraint affecting particular livelihoods, farming systems or specific geographies. The Sertão
Public Sector Management | World Bank Group
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The Fight to End Rare-Animal Trafficking in Brazil - World Bank
The Fight to End Rare-Animal Trafficking in Brazil | World Bank Group Video The Fight to End Rare-Animal Trafficking in Brazil 4.81818 13 Discussions Biologist Juliana Machado Ferreira, a TED Senior Fellow, talks about her work helping to save birds and other animals stolen from the wild in Brazil.
Circular Economy and the Private Sector | World Bank Group
In this inaugural session of this learning series on ‘Circular Economy and Private Sector Development’, we invite global leaders and practitioners invested in a private sector-led transition to a circular economy, explore questions of its economic viability, contribution to resilience, and impact on applicable Sustainable Development Goals.
EDUCATION SECTOR BRIEF - World Bank
• Ministries of education and other policy makers, with the support of communities and schools, can engage in the prevention of VAWG by reforming education sector laws and policies, improving the institutional response to VAWG at the school level, and promoting community mobilization in support of girls’ safety and rights.8
Key Considerations in Addressing Fragmentation
Brazil 2002 II. Country Graph . 1. Vertical and horizontal coordination 2. Horizontally coordinated and vertically fragmented 3. Vertical and horizontal ... •Generate administrative capacity at each level or sector 14 Addressing fragmentation is a means to an end: improved synergy, better results, more impact. It can be done through coordination