IBAMA simplifies adherence to environmental conciliation, which can reduce fines by up to 60%

The Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources, better known by the acronym IBAMA, has simplified adherence to environmental conciliation.

In our new Environmental Alert, Fabricio Soler, Daniela Mota and Isabelle Ablas explain how the new requirement to adhere to environmental conciliation regardless of a hearing generates gains in terms of economy and procedural celerity, as it allows for the closure of processes soon after their constitution.

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