The world’s first grassland biome, created by Brazilian scientists, is being considered for development by Brazil’s government.
The project, called the Pampas Grassland Project, is expected to cost a total of R$10.4 billion ($9.5 billion) and be the largest biorefinery in the world, the Brazilian Institute of Science said on Thursday.
It’s the first time a biorefill project in Brazil has been developed for the purpose.
The grasslands project aims to regenerate and create an environment for a new type of forest species.
Brazil’s Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources said the project will be the biggest project in the country’s history and will bring back a unique, biologically rich and ecological grassland.
“It’s a project that is very important for the development of the grasslands, because we have not found a grassland that is suited to that, so the biodiversity of the world has been greatly degraded in the past,” environmental scientist Rafaela Fonseca said.
The grasslands bioreactor was constructed by researchers at the Instituto de Biorefinções de Brasilia in a series of small workshops that took place in the Piazza de la Serna in Sao Paulo.
The aim of the project was to create a habitat for the species of tree and grassland grasses that are the primary producers of carbon dioxide in the Brazilian Amazon, which accounts for half of the planet’s greenhouse gas emissions.
It also aims to generate a large-scale carbon storage, recycling and reforestation project.
The Brazilian government has said that the project aims at improving the carbon storage of the Amazon, where deforestation has caused a large portion of the climate change that is caused by human activity.
Brazil is a major exporter of coal and oil and is the world’s largest producer of oil and gas.