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The new economy in Brazil: Through the eyes of a REconomist

The new economy in Brazil: Through the eyes of a REconomist | Clean and Cool Missions 2013 | Scoop.it

I was very excited to be returning to Sao Paulo, Brazil and exploring it from a REconomy perspective. I lived there for 7 years during the 90’s and I know that pretty much anything is possible within the Brazilian economy. 


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Exploring the Brazilian Collaborative Economy: OuiShare Fest POA

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Only a few weeks ago, we heard that a group of people from Brazil had been inspired to organize their own OuiShare Fest satellite event in Brazil.

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São Paulo city to invest $22 million in free Wi-Fi project - ZDNet

São Paulo city to invest $22 million in free Wi-Fi project - ZDNet | Clean and Cool Missions 2013 | Scoop.it
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São Paulo city to invest $22 million in free Wi-Fi project
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The mayor of São Paulo has launched a tender for a project that will deliver free Wi-Fi in 120 locations across the largest city in Brazil.
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Brazilian 'Atlantis' found - Telegraph

Brazilian 'Atlantis' found  - Telegraph | Clean and Cool Missions 2013 | Scoop.it
Geologists have announced the discovery of what has been dubbed the 'Brazilian Atlantis', some 900 miles from Rio.

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Martin Roseveare's comment, May 15, 2013 12:07 PM
Granite forms underground where it can cool slowly and as such is not direct evidence for land. On the other hand basalt marks rapid cooling upon exposure to air. Not sure here what the evidence for land is..
expatbrazil.co.uk's comment, May 15, 2013 12:17 PM
Thanks for explaining that, Martin, interesting. I am keen on the story from the history point of view, fascinating. Love it when we discover new things.
David Connolly's comment, May 17, 2013 12:58 AM
good old continental crust would have been better description - which is not quite as good as Atlantis :)
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The community credit movement in Brazil

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The Banco Palmas, which has now 10 years of experience in the poorest part of Foraleza, is now in the process of being multiplied by the central bank in 150 different locations in the country, at the rythm of 10 per month. 23 are already operational, and they add another 10 in December, and another 10 in January…

 


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Fernanda Santos's curator insight, January 14, 2015 3:30 PM

banco palmas, crescimento, documentário