The world has become more aware of the negative impact humans are having on the planet. We are losing irreplaceable resources at an alarming rate, including wetlands, rain forests, and other natural habitats our entire planet depends. Brazil is home to many of critical ecosystems in the world; the government is beginning to take actions to benefit the economy, but also the planet. Felipe Montoro Jens is a reporter, financial consultant, and infrastructure specialist. Felipe specializes in the connection between infrastructure projects, the economy, and the importance of implementing environmentally-friendly projects.
A native of Brazil, Felipe has traveled the world, and during his 25-year professional journey has acquired the ability to implement extensive public, private partnerships to have help to create thousands of jobs. The nation of Brazil is in the midst of the environmental revolution and at the forefront of these changes is the implementation of eco-friendly public, private partnerships (PPP).
In the state of Bahia, they are in the process of implementing an environmentally friendly light rail vehicle (LVT) project. The LVT is a public, private partnership that is ecofriendly and will cover 19 miles and includes 21 stops. The LVT project is scheduled to be finished by 2031. Get the latest update on his twitter to find out more.
In Piaui Brazil, there is another considerable PPP underway that is addressing a sewage problem. The project in Piaui is scheduled to completed by 2020 and will increase the current system’s capacity from 24 percent to 80 percent. The Piaui sewer project is projected to reach as far as Teresina to the north and is currently 60 percent completed.
Felipe Montoro Jens is one of the country’s leaders regarding public, private partnerships as he has consulted both public and private sectors for ¼ of a century. An expert in infrastructure and financial strategies, Felipe continues to blaze trails in the business world.