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The System Study Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimates (SEEG) is a Climate Observatory’s initiative comprising the production of annual estimates of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in Brazil. All data generated in the system are made available in a digital interactive platform open to the public.

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A detailed interactive map that allows you to know the evolution of land-use and land use coverage in Brazilian territory. MapBiomas is a SEEG/OC initiative and is developed by a collaborative network of co-creators, such as NGOs, universities and companies.

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Seeg Elétrico

The SEEG’s Electric Monitor is a qualified tool for information and daily updates on the composition of the Brazilian energy matrix and its greenhouse gas emissions.

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Platform that presents the Social Progress Imperative (SPI) as a means to assess the situation of Amazonian society from a new perspective, different from the measurements made by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or the Human Development Index (HDI). IPS Amazônia initiative came from Imazon (Amazon Institute of People and the Environment).

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The ISE World is a playful interface of BM&FBOVESPA’s Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE), which presents in a more accessible language for businesses and society what the indicators that make up the index mean. The ISE consists of 12 thematic questionnaires to public traded companies on various issues related to the corporate sustainability agenda. The idea is to encourage the dissemination of good practices listed in the questionnaire underlying the ISE and support an integrated view of this agenda.

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Simulador WWF

The Environmental Impact Simulator on Urban Mobility Actions is a tool developed by ANTP (National Association of Public Transport), in partnership with WWF-Brasil, to illustrate the changes that can come about in cities from changing the means of transportation.

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The Air Quality Platform is an initiative by the Institute for Energy and the Environment, in cooperation with the State Environmental Agencies (SEA), created to integrate and disseminate information on air quality in Brazil.

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The Climate Observatoy (OC) is a network that gathers civil society organizations in order to discuss climate change in the Brazillian context. The OC’s digital interface is its platform to share information and opinions with the press, social networks, policymakers and the society.

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