Brazil's environmentalists have been pushing the nation's president to roll back the sweeping environmental changed the country's Congress passed. They got some of what they want, but another environmentalists is pushing for a radical change in how we think about climate change treaties.
Environmentalists around the world have their eyes on Brazil. A controversial new version of the Forest Code, the law designed to protect Brazil's forests, has passed through parliament and awaits President Dilma Rousseff's signature.
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