2 years of Coalition

2 years of Coalition

The Brazilian Coalition has existed for 2 years. Check out the series of videos that show why this is an innovative initiative in Brazil and in the world, the learning and challenges of the Coalition in this period and the future vision of the movement for the coming years. See more>>

Five years of the Forest Code

Five years of the Forest Code

Frederico Machado, expert in public policies for WWF and one of the leaders of Coalizão’s Forest Code Working Group, talks about the progress and challenges of law enforcement. Read more>>

Research platform for native species

Research platform for native species

Alan Batista, forestry engineer and investment analyst at WRI Brasil, explains how the VERENA project can promote research and development (R & D) of native species, with the purpose of improving their prod uctivity and economic return, as a priority. Read more>>

Restoration advances in Brazil

Restoration advances in Brazil

In this interview, the executive director of WRI Brasil, Rachel Biderman, highlighted the progress of the landscape and forest restoration agenda in the country and spoke about the continuity of work in 2017, the constructive dialogue with the federal government and the activities of the sector organizations. Read more>>

Certified tropical wood

Certified tropical wood

Jeanicolau Lacerda, forest engineer and consultant to Precious Woods Holding, wrote about why we should buy certified tropical wood. The compliance with the official process of the chain of custody is not always given. Political and cultural issues make the illegal wood trading possible. 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

Agriculture is key to carbon sequestration

Although agriculture is one of the major sources of GHG emissions, it also has much to contribute to combating climate change with soil carbon sequestration. Read more>>

Open letter: Brazilian opportunities in a low-carbon economy

The Brazilian Coalition announces a manifesto in response to the public consultation of the Ministry of the Environment on the strategy for the implementation of the Brazilian climate commitment (NDC). The letter brings the main elements that the movement understands should be reformulated and added to the Brazilian NDC's strategy and the opportunities for the country in a low-carbon economic development agenda. Read more>

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