About the Project

Greenpeace Brazil’s web documentary entitled Here Comes the Sun is a project that explores the social, economic, and environmental benefits of solar energy through personal stories. Many lives have been transformed by solar energy. Here you will learn about people from different places, such as the Roberto Schutz School, the Maria da Paz settlement, the Popular Housing Complex of Paraíba, a community of the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve and a condo complex of the government’s ‘My House, My Life’ project (Minha Casa, Minha Vida) located in Juazeiros.

The project also addresses the barriers for the development and use of Brazil’s solar energy potential. And it shows people who are acting in different ways so that the sun increasingly lights-up Brazil.

CREDITS

Campaigner: Bárbara Rubim
Multimedia direction and video production: Fábio Nascimento e Vinícius Berger
Cinematographer: Fábio Nascimento
Cinematographer of “Green Jobs”: Eliza Capai
Editing and post-production: Fábio Nascimento and Vinícius Berger
Still Photography: Otávio Almeida
Web-documentary’s Screenplay: Fábio Nascimento, Vinícius Berger and Greenpeace Brasil
Production and texts: Marina Yamaoka and Thais Herrero
Design and Illustration: Letícia Coelho
Web-developer: Saulo Padilha

Interviewed:
Emília Corrêa Lima
Fernando dos Santos
Gustavo Malagoli
Hugo Lamin
Iani Vicente Sales
Jefferson Barbosa Silva
João Maria
José Baltazar Guerra
José Francisco Gama
Kelly Cristine
Lucineide Silva
Lucinete Pereira Vale
Luiz Pacheco Marcelo de Moraes 
Maria de Fátima Barbosa
Maria Lucimar Pereira Vale
Maria Paula Gomes
Mauro Passos
Maury Garrett da Silva
Moisés Moreira
Norma Schwinden
Otacílio Brito Soares
Ricardo Marcelino Santana
Ricardo Rüther
Rodrigo Corrêa
Rodrigo Kimura
Wellington Silva Amorim
Deputado Arnaldo Jordy
Deputado Sarney Filho