Pusat Kebijakan Brazil
Dipimpin oleh Juliano J. Assunção, profesor di Departemen Ekonomi di PUC-Rio, kantor CPI di Brazil mendukung para pembuat kebijakan dan pembuat keputusan penting, seperti Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Brasil dan Bank Pembangunan Nasional Brasil.
Penelitian kami berfokus pada pendekatan Produksi dan Perlindungan untuk penggunaan lahan, khususnya kehutanan dan pertanian, energi, dan pembiayaan. Kami juga memimpin kolaborasi yang disebut INPUT (Inisiatif Penggunaan Lahan – Iniciativa Para o Uso da Terra), yang menyatukan tim spesialis di garda depan tentang cara meningkatkan perlindungan lingkungan dan produksi pangan.
Researchers from the Climate Policy Initiative/Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (CPI/PUC-Rio), in partnership with AMZ2030, have studied the concept of bioeconomy, mapped national and international policies and strategies on the topic, and analyzed the main regulatory frameworks and governance institutions associated with this activity in Brazil.
In this report, researchers from CPI/PUC-Rio analyze the inner workings of both PROAGRO and the PSR and unveil how the design of each program generates different incentives for producers, insurance claims adjusters, and financial agents, with an impact on the effectiveness of public spending.
We Need to Talk About Forest Degradation in the Amazon: Brazilian Public Policy Must Understand and Address this Threat
This publication sheds light on the importance of forest degradation to be included in Brazilian conservation policy and its role for the sustainable development of the Amazon.
In this insight brief, researchers from Climate Policy Initiative/Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (CPI/PUC-Rio) present evidence of the relationship between mining royalties and development in the state of Pará, Brazil.
In this study, CPI/PUC-Rio researchers have mapped the main phases of the life cycle of land transportation infrastructure projects, addressed the decision-making process, and developed methods to map projects’ economic and environmental impacts.
Rivers of Diesel in the Amazon: Why Does the Region with Brazil’s Biggest Hydroelectric Plants Still Rely on Expensive, Dirty Fuel?
CPI/PUC-Rio researchers point out the contrast of electricity supply and identify “two Brazils”: the interconnected Brazil that runs on renewable energy and the isolated Brazil powered by fossil fuels.
The study evaluates the effects of BNDES rural credit for investment in machinery and equipment on agricultural activity and land use in Brazil.
In this project, researchers from Climate Policy Initiative/Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (CPI/PUC-Rio) map the quality of local infrastructure in the state of Pará, Brazil.