Brazil's President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva aims to restore the country's climate credibility and prevent the Amazon from reaching a tipping point. Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon has fallen to its lowest level in six years, a positive step towards Lula's goal of achieving zero deforestation by 2030. However, the government has faced criticism for its plans to open new oil fields near the Amazon River. Brazil's indigenous peoples' minister emphasized the need to rebuild infrastructure and protect the Amazon to combat climate change. The country's investment in fossil fuels also raises concerns about its commitment to the energy transition.