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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.

Aloha Boeck

Digital Media Analyst, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Aloha Boeck is a Digital Media Analyst at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities.

She is a journalist graduated from the Lutheran University of Brazil, has worked at Grupo RBS from 2009 to 2015 as...

Caroline Donatti

Strategic Communications Specialist, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Caroline Donatti is responsible for communications strategies. She develops plans to integrate all WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities communications channels and to spread the work of the organization...

New data on Global Forest Watch shows that in some of the world's most heavily forested nations, more than 90 percent of tree cover loss is happening in natural forests rather than plantations. That's a problem since natural forests, especially those in the tropics, provide much greater climate, biodiversity and water benefits over planted lands.

Débora Neves

Financial Assistant, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Débora Neves is a Financial Assistant for the Cities and Transports Program, where she works with Porto Alegre team helping the financial supervisor with financial resources.

Prior to...

Letícia Liechavicius

Financial Supervisor, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities

Letícia is the Financial Supervisor for the WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities. She assists with budgets, financial reports and contracts.

Before joining WRI Brasil, she worked in business...

Júlio Rioli

Grants and Contracts Manager

Julio is the Grants and Contracts Control Manager for the Brazilian market. He works to structure, manage and control the deadlines, budgeting and performance of the grants and contract at WRI...

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