Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development

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An nonprofit association of 24 companies “differentiated by its network with the scientific community, international finance agencies and national corporations.” They structure their projects and partnerships based on sustainable development and try to apply up-to-date management strategies.

Note: Major funders are Shell, Petrobas and other extractive economy corporations.

Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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