Brazil promises to cooperate at COP-26. But it remains to be seen if the government will do what it says

Janaína Dallan, our Co-CEO, gave an interview to ISTO É Dinheiro about Brazil's situation at COP-26, which starts at the end of this month.

 

Brazil promises to cooperate at COP-26. But it remains to be seen if the government will do what it says

"From October 31 to November 12, world leaders will gather in Glasgow, Scotland, for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference. At the top of the agenda is the negotiations of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement that deal with the creation of an international cooperation mechanism for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions and support for sustainable development. With a clean energy matrix and with 67% of the world's tropical forests in its territory, Brazil could dictate the rules of discussion but lost this role by adopting a negative attitude and recording deforestation records. For Janaína Dallan, president of the Brazilian Alliance for Nature-Based Solutions, the country will arrive at COP-26 without anyone knowing what to expect from its authorities. "The promise of the minister [Joaquim Lopes] is that Brazil will cooperate to the negotiations, but it is necessary to see if the government will do what it said. It's difficult."

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