The issue of sustainable development in Brazil, in the practice of companies such as Vale and Samarco, is far from real. I mention this, considering the follow-up I had made of the Mariana disaster that had happened more than two years, and these companies did not assume their real responsibilities, using the political and financial apparatus to deceive society.
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Regarding the involvement of Hydrographic Basin Committees in the licensing processes, I believe it is an implicit requirement in the management of water resources, that is, a natural logic. The problem is that purely economic interests dominate much of water management in Brazil. In my state, the ES, we tried several times to raise awareness of the Government on this issue, but we did not succeed.