Impactos Econômicos Das Mudançasclimáticas No Brasil
The aim of this paper is to develop scenarios of the economic impacts of climate change in Brazil, articulating the projected impacts of climate change on agricultural and energy sectors to macroeconomic scenarios, these related to climate change scenarios developed by IPCC (A2 and B2).
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