Stephanie Tondo is a Brazilian journalist with 8 years of experience as a financial and economics reporter at the main newspapers in Rio de Janeiro. She covered the national Social Security Reform for Extra and O Globo, the largest newspaper in Brazil, where was part of the team that developed a chatbot designed to answer reader questions about the new retirement rules. Recently, she had been writing about the Brazilian financial market for O Globo and participated in the Brazilian stock exchange (B3) continuing education program in the capital market for journalists and opinion makers.
The return of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as president of Brazil accompanies a renewed emphasis on sustainability. However, discrepancies in his rhetoric and the policy of his administration reveals a rift between the administration’s twin goals of sustainability and economic development, writes Stephanie Tondo
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