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The administration says that is not the intent. But the move adds to recent developments that have rattled many Brazilian scientists and left those who are critical of Bolsonaro’s policies fearing for their jobs and even their physical safety. “Science is being attacked on several fronts,” says Philip Fearnside, a veteran ecologist at the National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA). “There is denial of the pandemic, denial of climate change, denial of deforestation; not to mention budget cuts.” Bolsonaro’s grievances with scientists date back to the start of his administration in 2019. Then, he accused the National Institute for Space Research of “lying” about satellite data showing increased deforestation in the Amazon and fired its director, physicist Ricardo Galvão, after he defended the numbers. Since then, Bolsonaro has clashed with researchers over issues including his persistent rejection of science-based strategies for combating the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed at least 330,000 Brazilians. But the relationship appears to have entered an even tenser phase in recent months. One example came in February, when Brazil’s top anticorruption agency, the Office of the Comptroller General, informed epidemiologist Pedro Hallal, former rector of the Federal University of Pelotas, that he could lose his job because of criticism he leveled at Bolsonaro in January during an online event. Hallal, who coordinates Brazil’s largest COVID-19 epidemiology research project, had called Bolsonaro “despicable,” citing the president’s antivaccination rhetoric and his political interference in the selection of university rectors. Just weeks earlier, Bolsonaro’s education ministry had ordered the rectors of all 69 federal universities, which employ most Brazilian scientists, to “prevent and punish political-partisan acts” by employees. After an outcry, the ministry last month withdrew the order, and Hallal ultimately reached a settlement with the comptroller’s office, promising not to “promote expression of appreciation or disapproval in the workplace” for 2 years. Hallal remains defiant. “If the idea was to silence me, I have to say it backfired,” he says. “It’s motivating me to be even more critical and say what needs to be said.” But he fears the political climate is silencing some of his colleagues. “A lot of people are saying less than they would like to, for fear of retaliation.” Scientists are also reconsidering what they study and publish, says Marcus Lacerda, an infectious disease specialist with the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Manaus, Brazil. Last year, he faced intense inquiries from federal prosecutors—and received death threats— after he published work highlighting the health risks of giving the drug chloroquine to COVID-19 patients . (Bolsonaro heavily promoted chloroquine despite studies concluding it is ineffective against COVID-19.) “A lot of people are afraid to publish after what happened to me,” Lacerda says. Colleagues have abandoned coronavirus research, he adds, in order to avoid online harassment by what is known as Bolsonaro’s “digital militia.” In one case, online harassment appears to have escalated to a physical attack. After biologist Lucas Ferrante, a doctoral candidate at INPA, published articles in high-profile journals (including  ) criticizing Bolsonaro’s environmental and health policies, his cellphone and social media accounts lit up with threatening messages.

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CT auditor claims animation company Blue Sky Studios received $49 million in excessive tax credits CT auditor claims animation company Blue Sky Studios received $49 million in excessive tax credits Former Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy, center, in June 2011 at Blue Sky Studios in Greenwich, Conn., alongside Catherine Smith who led the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development during Malloy’s administration; and Brian Keane, then chief operating officer of Blue Sky. As Walt Disney backs up the trucks in Greenwich to load up the remnants of Blue Sky Studios — the animation studio is set to close next week — is it making off with $49 million in Connecticut incentives that never should have been awarded? State officials disagree on that point. But Connecticut’s lead auditor claims the Department of Economic and Community Development misinterpreted state law in approving excessive tax credits to Blue Sky over three years spanning the administrations of Gov. Ned Lamont and his predecessor, Dannel Malloy. A DECD spokesperson did not comment Thursday beyond an initial statement provided to Connecticut state auditor John Geragosian, which described the film production tax credits awarded to Blue Sky as “a statutorily qualified medium,” given that the studio produces feature films for theatrical release. Geragosian disagreed, stating that the company should have qualified for a digital animation tax credit only, which is capped at $15 million. He does not mention Blue Sky by name in the report, but the company was the only one in Connecticut to receive the digital animation tax credit prior to flipping to the more generous film tax credit in July 2017. “Since the General Assembly established a separate program for digital animation companies, it does not appear that it intended for digital animation companies to be eligible for film production tax credits,” the auditor’s report states. “If the digital animation company was eligible for film production tax credits, it is unclear why DECD did not award film production tax credits for the first 7 years that the company received credits.” DECD approved the tax credits both under current commissioner David Lehman as well as under Catherine Smith, who led the agency for the duration of the Malloy administration. DECD told the auditor it will seek a clarification from the state legislature. But with no other digital animation company in Connecticut qualifying for more than the $15 million cap, the issue would appear to be moot going forward. In the fiscal year ending in June 2019, DECD approved $157 million in tax credits for prior film and TV production work totaling $531 million in spending in Connecticut. anonymous The department’s awards under the program average about $73 million annually over the past decade. DECD has yet to post its 2020 annual report covering the subsequent 12 months. Companies can apply to cover as much as 30 percent of their eligible costs.

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