The Paris Agreement goes ahead

The Paris Agreement goes ahead

The COP 22 ends and, knowing that there is an implementation plan and the willingness to keep a broad dialogue with society, there is now  a domestic agenda to support us towards our goals (photos: Luana Maia and UN Climate Change) read more>>

With a focus on land use, Brazil will implement its NDC

With a focus on land use, Brazil will implement its NDC

Brazil's commitments are largely related to forests and farming. The Brazilian Coalition points out the main challenges and proposals for this agenda, aiming at reducing Brazilian emissions, in a fair, competitive, sustainable and inclusive context read more>>

Seven main themes of our movement

Seven main themes of our movement

Our structure is made of an Advisory Group and seven Working Groups, who are the heart of the movement and work on issues related to bioenergy, low-carbon agriculture, restoration, tropical forest economy, Forest Code, carbon valuation, and international cooperation. Read more >>

 

A movement for low-carbon economy

A movement for low-carbon economy

We are a multi-sector movement formed by leading organizations in the Brazilian agrobusiness, the main civil organizations in the environment and climate areas, academic community and sectoral associations, who have gathered to address the issues arising from climate change from the perspective of a new economic model. Read more >>

 

Key Issues

Low-carbon farming: a strategic challenge for Brazil

As one of the world's largest food producers, Brazil can set an example in combining increased productivity to the reduction of greenhouse gases. The deepening of the relationship between agriculture, forests and climate is a promising challenge for Brazil to fulfill its contributions to the Paris Agreement (Photo: Lennon Schneider/123RF.com). Read more >>

 

Wood traceability is critical to reduce deforestation

Proper management of tropical forests can encourage activities with social and economic benefits and reduce climate change impacts. The Brazilian Coalition proposes the extension of Brazil's management area to 30 million hectares by 2030. It will only be possible with the elimination of illegal activities related to native wood (Photo: Sauletas/123RF.com). Read more >>

 

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