The Chamber of Deputies approved today (2) project including the June Green Campaign among the actions of the National Environmental Education Policy. The campaign wants to show the population the importance of conserving natural ecosystems and living beings and controlling pollution, among other topics. As it was a proposal that originated in the Senate and was amended in the House, the text returns for a new vote in the Senate.
The month chosen coincides with the date of World Environment Day, celebrated on June 5th. It will be up to the public authorities, in the different spheres (federal, state and municipal), to organize the campaign, which can be carried out in partnership with companies, schools and civil society entities.
Actions will include dissemination of information on the conservation of forests and biomes; raising awareness about reducing consumption patterns; encouraging the conservation of Brazilian biodiversity and urban public spaces; debate on climate change, among others.
The deputies also approved the Complementary Bill 49/22 which includes new codes in the National Classification of Economic Activities (CNAE) system for beauty professionals. The proposal goes to the Senate.
The changes include people and companies that provide natural and artificial tanning services and eyebrows, eyelashes, micropigmentation and hair removal services. The classification may allow the registration of these professionals in the simplified tax payment regime of the individual microentrepreneur (MEI).
* With information from the Chamber of Deputies Agency