Competitive Brazil Movement Forum

INMED CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer presents aquaponics as a sustainable solution for health, education and income generation during a lecture at the Competitive Brazil Movement forum for newly elected government officials. With the support of private-public partners, INMED is introducing aquaponics to meet the socioeconomic goals of state and municipal managers. Since 2001, the Competitive Brazil Movement has promoted public-private partnerships to increase national competitiveness, strengthen states’ investment capacity and improve essential public services for all Brazilians. Learn more about our work in Brazil at