Brazilians and the Green Economy: part 1

Having recently posted on a number of issues surrounding Brazilian consumers and their attitudes on issues such as packaging, plastic bags and sustainable consumption we decided to head out and conduct some interviews with shoppers at a popular weekend market in Lagoa de Conceicao, Florianopolis. The Ecofeira market held every Saturday morning promotes various organic products and those grown without the use of agrotoxics and we thought it would be a good place to explore some of the issues as Brazilians see them. We’ll be posting a number of edits in forthcoming days (in Portugues and subsequently with subtitles). To start with today there are some contextual scene setting comments…

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