The privatization of Eletrobras could create energy shortages and higher electricity bills for household consumers.
Supporters of former Brazilian president believe Luiz Inácio da Lula should be cleared from corruption allegations.
Petrobras is the largest integrated energy firm in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America.
Gilmar Mauro discusses Brazil's current political context and it's implications on small farmers.
Temer’s initial Amazon mining decree was met with widespread condemnation by members of Brazilian civil society.
Political parties and activists blame U.N. missions for the nation's current crisis and devastating cholera outbreak
The recent announcement takes place as the Brazilian government continues its aggressive pursuit of austerity
Brazil's ex-President reflects on the impacts of neoliberalism implemented under the Temer administration
Former president points out that "it is necessary to give hope to the people that another Brazil is possible"
Community leaders ask for more information on the expansion of the Minas-Rio mining project
According to experts, the mining company uses strategies to isolate and criminalize those who can threaten its expansion
The report also found that activists have been targeted by systematic surveillance, arbitrary arrests and violence.
The Brazilian government prepares to lift mining restrictions on more than 400 national and state parks.
At least ten impeachment requests have already been filed since the hush money scandal broke on May 18.
After supporting Roussef's impeachment, media conglomerate orchestrates the exit of Temer and bets on indirect elections
In a demonstration, former president criticizes Lava Jato Operation and calls for a fair trial
This week marks the launch of the MST's second national food fair which seeks to strengthens urban-rural links in Brazil
An estimated 35 million workers are expected to miss work as part of the country's first national strike since 1996.