Brazil is a rapidly developing nation. While this has grown the economy, it has often come at the expense of the ecosystem and environment. Felipe Montoro Jens, who has been building infrastructure for the past 25 years, is a strong advocate for creating environmentally responsible developments. His services are used by governments, private companies, and large corporations.
Felipe Montoro Jens develops the financial strategies of infrastructure projects. He was educated at one of Brazil’s most prestigious administrative colleges, the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He also graduated from Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management. He has worked for several multinational firms and has been involved in some of Brazil’s largest infrastructure projects.
He advises Public-Private Partnership(s). Since governments in Brazil don’t have the expertise to create infrastructure themselves, they use PPPs to have private companies build projects. Felipe Montoro Jens says that if projects are planned well the negative impact they have on the environment can be minimalized. You can find Montoro Jens on Twitter @felipemontoroj for more information.
He is currently focused on bringing responsible tourism to Santa Catarina state where Rio de Janeiro is located. People all over the world flock to Rio de Janeiro as tourists. While this brings in a lot of money, the large amounts of people are taxing the environment. The current infrastructure is unable to keep up with demand.
Felipe Montoro Jens says that throughout Santa Catarina there are traffic jams caused by residents and tourists. Adding to the problem is that many of the roads need repairs. Other infrastructure like power, water, and sanitation are also overloaded. Even a small storm often knocks out power in a widespread area.
He is helping build infrastructure in Santa Catarina to help. A large part of his focus is on building this infrastructure in a way that doesn’t negatively impact the environment such as the Amazon Rain Forest. He says that with due diligence these projects can help people while not harming the forest. Learn more: http://www.empresassa.com.br/p/single-dino.html?title=conheca-com–felipe-montoro-jens-os-vencedores-do-premio-ppp-awards-2018-revelados-em-dezembro&partnerid=69&releaseId=195210
Style icon and the former director of fashion magazine Vogue Brazil DonataMeirelles doesn’t just know about fashion. She believes that decorative candles can enhance a homes décor as well as provide soothing and calming scents. It’s well known that aromatherapy can benefit the body and the mind.
DonataMeirelles is an expert at home décor and knows how to use decorative candle arrangements. The style director of Vogue Brazil for seven years DonataMeirelles has become an expert in using candles in home decor since the golden days of the Daslu boutique. one of Brazil’s top fashion boutiques. Meirelles still misses the atmosphere of perfumed candles inside of Daslu. At home, Meirelles leaves scented candles to perfume the house. In a recent article exclusive to Vogue, Meirelles gave four tips for decorating with scented candles. Check out on youtube.com for more fashion collections.
Welcome your guest into your home with a nice scented candle that has been strategically placed near the entrance of your home. A calm and inviting scent can make your home seem cozy and intimate.
Place candles in the main living areas. Place a candle in the main living room, office, and bathrooms. Always have one near the entrance to welcome visitors. Though the bedroom is frequently used, keep candles out of the bedroom, so the scent does not make you sick or disturbs your sleep,
Light the scented candles at dusk. If you get home from work in the evening, your home will smell welcoming.
Use your favorite brands of candles. Some of Meirelles’ favorite candles are by Diptyque, Jo Malone, and TâniaBulhões. In her New York apartment Meirelles like lighting Ralph Lauren’s Classic Holliday candle, she favors the juniper and currant scents. Use your favorite brands and scents for comforting aromatherapy. Learn More: http://www.andreavelame.com.br/vale-conferir/casa-amarela-o-estilo-de-donata-meirelles/