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Brazil: Presidential candidates forced to take sustainability seriously

The last-minute surge by Green Party candidate Marina Silva that pushed Brazil's presidential election into a second round will force the two main rivals, Jose Serra and Dilma Rousseff, to debate sustainable development, as neither of them “can win the election without getting at least half of Marina Silva's votes”, claims Charles Nisz.

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