Brazilian Perceptions of the EU and Brazil (ebook)

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INTRODUCTION

This collected volume is the result of the research undertaken within the Young Researcher Seminar book project, which is core to the Brazil-Caeni-EU Project, a three year (2015 to 2018) Project of the Institute for International Relations (IRI) of the University of São Paulo, co-financed by the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme, in the form of Jean Monnet Support to Institutions project funding.
The 10 chapters of this book are drawn from the research and presentation of nineteen young researchers from different states and universities within Brazil, spanning diverse disciplines and exploring themes arising in the context of the EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership, which reached its ten year anniversary in 2017. Disciplines participating in this seminar include social and political sciences, international relations and international affairs and development, law, communications as well as environmental management and sciences, languages and literature. This seminar proceeded in English in order to help establish networks beyond Brazil, and aims to set the foundations for identifying and stimulating future research questions and initiatives arising in the context of research on Brazil-EU relations today.
Reflecting the multi-disciplinary reach of the Call for Papers of August 2016, the Young Researcher Seminar of February 2017 presented contributions tackling diverse issues ranging from trends in Brazilian foreign policy rhetoric, topical trade and environment matters, multi-lateralism and bilateralism in the EU-Brazil relationship, the significance of knowledg mobility in Brazil-EU relations, EU external relations, as well as analysis of policy and regulatory instruments by young environmental managers and scientists in addition to young lawyers, relating to the environment, climate change and energy, cross-cutting horizontal issues dealing with eco-system services in forestry/agricultureand payment for ecosystem services, the traceability issues in the sharing of genetic resources, and common challenges for translating scientific and regulatory innovations into policy concerning waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) and construction materials.
The ten contributions contained in this collected volume are arranged into two parts. The first part is entitled “Brazilian Perceptions of Brazil’s relations with the EU” and the second part is dedicated to comparative legal and policy analysis, by lawyers as well as environmental managers on topics under the heading of climate change, energy, ecosystems services and the traceability and exchange of genetic resources.

Índice

Introduction

Part 1. Brazilian Perceptions of the EU and Brazil’s relations with it
1. Inaugural Speeches of Brazil’s Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Brazil-EU relations: Reading Between the Guidelines
Rafaela Marinho Silva and Thiago Mattos Moreira

2. How Brazilian Press Frames EU-Brazil Relations After Brexit
Juliana Bighetti Almeida and Leandro Almeida Lima

3. Good neighbourly relations in Europe and Latin America compared
Lívia Radaeski

4. Access to Basic Rights and Social Goods: Brazil compared with EU state responses to the emergence of new social movements based on the example of the UK
Fernão Kastrup

5. Lieux de mémoire: the European Union Global Strategy and Russia
Caio H. Duarte

6. Furthering EU-Brazil relations through knowledge mobility
Joyce Pereira de Almeida

Part 2. Climate change, energy, ecosystems services and exchange of genetic resources: Brazilian and EU governance compared
7. Legal and political aspects of the evolution of the energy matrix: obstacles and challenges in Brazil and in the European Union
Patrícia Bianchi

8. Strategic Environmental Assessment for renewable energies: Brazil and the EU compared
Paula Galbiatti Silveira

9. Environmental legislation and changes in Brazilian greenhouse gas emissions: from the New Forest Code to the World Climate Conference (COP 23) Bonn
Samara Martins Silva and Fernando Paiva Scardua

10. Traceability and the exchange of genetic resources in Brazil and EU relations
Vanessa de Vasconcellos Lemgruber França

Ficha informativa

Editor
AAFDL EDITORA
Páginas
324
Local de Edição
Lisboa (2019)