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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.

Reinaldo Germano

Urban Mobility Specialist, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Reinaldo is an Urban Mobility Specialist at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities. He works directly with Across Latitudes and Climates Center of Excellence for Bus Rapid Transit and FedEx teams. He...

Bruno Felin

Communications Specialist, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Bruno Felin is a Communications Specialist at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities. He supports the coordination of content production for different platforms: TheCityFix Brasil blog, WRI Brasil...

Paula Tanscheit

Communications Analyst

Paula Tanscheit is the Communications Analyst for WRI Cities Brasil. She works to cover events, produce web and blog content and also supports the programs and projects through the dissemination...

Matheus Jotz

Transport Projects Intern, EMBARQ Brasil

Matheus is the Transport Projects Intern at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities.

Before joining WRI Brasil, he worked at EPR Consultoria and as an intern of logistical methods at a tractor...

Cibele Soares

Administrative Assistant, EMBARQ Brasil

Cibele is an Administrative Assistant at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities. She collaborates on administrative demands including finance management support, archiving documents and providing intern...

Bruno Rizzon

Road Safety Intern, EMBARQ Brasil

Bruno Rizzon is a Road Safety intern at WRI Brazil Sustainable Cities, offering technical support on road safety projects and accidents data analysis.

Before joining WRI, Bruno worked in a...

Aloha Boeck

Digital Media Analyst, WRI Brasil

Aloha Boeck is the Digital Media Analyst for WRI Brazil.

She graduated from the Lutheran University of Brazil and has worked at Grupo RBS from 2009 to 2015 as Web Assistant Editor, being...

Caroline Donatti

Press Officer, WRI Brasil

Caroline is the Press Advisor at EMBARQ Brasil. She works to strengthen the relationship with media outlets and to divulge achievements of EMBARQ Brasil programs. She is also responsible for the...

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