The Brazilian Coalition on Climate, Forests and Agriculture presents the document “Climate Change: Risks and Opportunities for the Development of Brazil”, which presents 28 proposals to 2018 election candidates.
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Brazilian Coalition’s initiative to create these proposals represents a nonpartisan action of the main actors of the climate, forests and agriculture agenda who are interested in fostering the development of a low carbon economy in the country. All 28 proposals are feasible to implement in a four-year mandate and can help start the land-use revolution that Brazil needs. This revolution involves consolidating the country as an international leader in a new economy, in which agricultural production and environmental preservation can move alongside.
Besides joining production and preservation, proper land use is a path for a Brazil of opportunities. Agriculture and forests are connected to an extensive value chain that creates rural and urban jobs. Brazil needs more and better jobs that generate prosperity with sustainability.