Member in the News: Marina Silva

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Marina Silva, Inter-American Dialogue member and minister of Environment and Climate Change in Brazil, has been named as one of the TIME's 100 most influential people in 2024. 

TIME highlights Silva's leading efforts to combat illegal deforestation and promote renewable energy. Her unwavering courage drives her advocacy for a broader economic understanding of nature's value. 

"This summer," TIME added, "she will champion the concept during the G-20 summit in Brazil."

Marina Silva is a member of the Inter-American Dialogue.

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