Institutions, Environment, Finance and Investments in the Real Economy: (Dis)equilibrium in the Legal Amazon

Institutions, Environment, Finance and Investments in the Real Economy: (Dis)equilibrium in the Legal Amazon

Andrea Raccichini, project analyst at FGV Europe, contributed with an article to the Bulletin of the Economic and Political Study Group (GEEP) v.5, n.1 – Theoretical and analytical perspectives on polarization, innovation and development.

The article “Institutions, Environment, Finance and Investments in the Real Economy: (Dis)equilibrium in the Legal Amazon” explores strategies to promote sustainability in the Amazon, highlighting the need for a socio-biodiversity economy for this region, which is further supported and promoted for a financing system suited to the needs of the Amazon territories and their populations. It was written jointly with professors Peter May, Valéria Vinha and Luiz Fernando de Paula.

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If you’re passionate about environmental sustainability, climate action, and innovative territorial development, this paper is a must-read. According to the author, “International and national financial flows are crucial to operationalize projects that can reinforce the regenerative capacity of ecosystems and maintenance of natural capital.”

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