Net-zero emissions can help us reduce our climate change impacts. One of the biggest reasons… Read More »Net Zero Emissions: Can Market-Based Instruments Save Us?
Sinval Aragao is a semi-retired engineer specialised in two different areas, IT/Telecommunications and Environmental Sciences. With degrees in Agriculture science in Brasilia, Brazil and Sydney, Australia, he has researched the impact of intensive farming on the Australian surrounding environment. Sinval has a strong sense of social justice and an eclectic view of the world, which doesn’t preclude opposing perspectives. This has allowed him to thrive in different working environments such as universities and large corporations. Sinval is at service to the community volunteering his time to bush care, bush walking, botanical garden visitor guiding and mentoring teenagers. Sinval dedicates his spare time to photography, creative writing and researching aspects of sustainability.
Melbourne as an idealised green city created by Damon Gameau for the 2040 film. https://www.thecultureconcept.com/2040-focusing-on-proactive-solutions-fact-based-dreaming
Invasive plant species, more commonly known as weeds, are one of the many indirect ways… Read More »Invasive Plants: We need to worry about them
Cattle raising in the Brazilian Amazon is a major driver of deforestation. The combination of… Read More »The Problem with Cattle Raising in the Brazilian Amazon