Cristina Veiga is editor of Diálogo Chino and is based in São Paulo, Brazil. As a journalist, she has worked as an international correspondent for major Brazilian and Argentine media outlets. She also has extensive experience in the energy and NGO sectors.
Brazil’s taps run dry as water mismanagement, deforestation blamed
Leading climate scientist says deforestation is the main culprit for Brazil’s drought, while an increasingly angry public blames government and water companies for the crisis
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China-LatAm summit 'a missed opportunity' on low-carbon energy
A major meeting of Chinese and Latin American leaders agreed this week to forge closer ties on energy, but is more likely to usher in deals on oil and gas rather than renewables, analysts said in response to a summit that was short on detail
中国将取代欧盟成为拉美第二大贸易伙伴。中外对话新子网站中拉对话 dialogochino.net 将着眼分析并梳理这一新关系。
China and Latin America: who gains and who loses?
China is set to surpass the EU as the second largest trading partner for Latin America. Our new website - dialogochino.net – sets out to analyse and understand this new relationship