Can Brazil live up to its promise as a ‘natural knowledge economy’?

Guardian: Outside Dr Gilberto Cãmara's office, there is a beautiful satellite map of Brazil. From the fractal elegance of the Amazon and its tributaries to the twinkling mega-cities of Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro, the map shows why he thinks Brazil can be the world's first environmental superpower. He leads Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (Inpe), one of the top 50 research organisations in the world. His startling claim, he explains in his easy English, rests on turning a piece ......

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