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WRI opened its Brazil office in 2013. We work with leaders in business, government, and civil society on issues surrounding cities and transport, climate change, finance, and sustainable landscapes. Learn more about our work in Brazil. Visit the WRI Brasil website.

Now that the Olympic torch has been extinguished after the 2016 Summer Games, a question that faces every Olympic host city now can be posed to Rio de Janeiro: was it worth it for its residents? While some overall long-term benefits may be in doubt, the answer is definitely yes when it comes to public transport.

Laura Azeredo

Urban Development Analyst, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Laura works at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities as an Urban Development Analyst engaged with Brazil's Urban Development team in all of our projects, most of all supporting Brazilian cities on transit...

Rodrigo Kalikoski

Project Analyst, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Rodrigo Kalikoski is the Project Analyst for WRI Brazil Sustainable Cities. His responsibilities include supporting the technical staff with management activities, schedules and financial...

Karla Battistella

Operations Director, WRI Brasil

Karla is the Operations Director for WRI Brasil, working to coordinate Finance and HR teams in Brazil, both in São Paulo and Porto Alegre.

Prior to joining WRI, Karla worked in Greenpeace...

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