Launch of the study on Brazil’s beef chain traceability

Launch of the study on Brazil’s beef chain traceability

It is possible to monitor the origin of meat in the Amazon and the Cerrado - this is the main conclusion of the beef chain traceability study that the Brazilian Coalition launches at the Climate Week in New York, that seeks to draw attention to the urgency of climate action. Read more>>

Actions for Prompt Deforestation Halt

Actions for Prompt Deforestation Halt

Since its foundation, the Coalition has been working to halt forest destruction in the Legal Amazon. Given the seriousness of the current situation, its members propose a set of actions for the effective reduction of deforestation in the short term. There is a total of 6 proposed actions that seek to intervene in the advanced deforestation causes. Read more>>


Brazilian Coalition congratulates Rural Credit advances

Brazilian Coalition congratulates Rural Credit advances

In recent days, advances have been announced in the rural credit. Such improvements were a result of dialogue among the Ministries of Economy, Agriculture and two Brazilian Coalition's taskforces - Rural Credit and Green Finances. These changes can accelerate the adaptation to the Forest Code and the adoption of low carbon technologies in agriculture. Read more>>

Protecting indigenous people from both pandemics and illegality

Protecting indigenous people from both pandemics and illegality

In a critical scenario amid the COVID-19 pandemic and increase in deforestation, the Brazilian Coalition asked the Government and society to pay attention at the indigenous peoples in the country. It also reinforced the urgency of implementing the Emergency Plan to Combat COVID-19 in Indigenous Territories. Read more>>

5 years of the movement: check out the most recent updates

5 years of the movement: check out the most recent updates

Watch the video of the 1st Plenary in 2020, held on June 8, when the Brazilian Coalition completed 5 years of trajectory. The event was divided in a general updating and a debate on the future of land use in the post-pandemic world. Read more>>

Brazilian Coalition’s 2019 Activity Report

Brazilian Coalition’s 2019 Activity Report

In 2019, the Brazilian Coalition faced the enormous challenge of building dialogue with a new government. The movement achieved the objective of presenting its proposals to decision makers and did its part to show that the implementation of this agenda is a great opportunity for the country. Check in this report the main highlights in the last year. Read more>>

Key Issues

Coalition furthers dialogues at Cop25

The Coalition also participated in various debates at the Brazil Climate Action Hub, a space funded by the Institute for Climate and Society, in which the climate issue in the Brazilian and Latin American context was discussed. The movement also held a press conference and was invited to attend other events during the conference. Read more>>

Coalition brings sustainable land use to official COP 25 Program

The Coalition was invited to participate in official COP 25 events. Marcelo Furtado, member of the movement's Strategic Group, participated at the High-Level Meeting on Forests organized by UNFCCC. André Guimarães, Coalition cofacilitator, participated in the side event "Nature-based solutions: mangrove conservation and zero deforestation". Read more>>

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