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What is the Brazilian Ethos Conference on Climate Change?

The Brazilian Conference on Climate Change is an annual meeting that will bring non-governmental organizations, social movements, governments, scientific community, private and public sector together for three days of dialogue and formulation of proposals for the implementation of the Brazilian Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC).

 

It is a collective, multisectoral and nonpartisan initiative. Its program will be based on the Brazilian NDC, Paris Agreement and the 2030 agenda for sustainable development.

To demonstrate that Brazilian civil society and productive sector remain firm in his intention to stay in Paris Agreement

To promote business commitments and priorities for the climate, forest and sustainable development agenda

To demonstrate Brazilian experiences, business, solutions, technologies and policies that value, integrate and advance the conquests on climate governance

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In what context did the Brazilian Conference get out?

In 2018, the Brazilian government withdrew its candidacy for Brazil to host the 25th UN Climate Conference (COP-25), which would be held in 2019. The rotation of COP headquarters in the regions of the globe is a UN practice. In Brazil the ECO-92 and Rio+ 20 resulted in the elaboration and launch of the Sustainable Development Objectives. For Brazil to host the COP-25 would emphasize its international protagonism. In addition, Brazil also loses all the opportunities that a big event can generate for host venues.

The Conference has emerged as an opportunity to promote dialogue on how to take back the path of climate responsibility, participation of civil society, consolidation of internal pacts, strengthening of local programs for policy adaptation and development of the climate agenda in Brazil

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Get ready to attend this great meeting!

The Brazilian Conference on Climate Change will be held on November 6th, 7th and 8th in the city of Recife in state of Pernambuco, Brazil. The programme will consist of discussion sessions, round tables, working groups, business and technology demonstrations, workshops, demonstrations of civil society initiatives; dialogue sessions of subnational governments; and deliberation assemblies.

9h00 - Terras secas na América Latina - avanços e desafios

10h10 - Desertificação no semiárido brasileiro – produção de conhecimentos e políticas públicas

11h20 - Perfil das Emissões Brasileiras de Gases de Efeito Estufa (GEE) nas últimas três décadas

12h00 - Transição energética justa e inclusiva

13h00 - Mission-oriented innovation na prática - as contribuições da ciência aplicada para a economia de baixo carbono no Brasil

14h00 - O oceano de amanhã frente aos desafios da sua sustentabilidade hoje

15h10 - Conectando e interligando a gestão dos oceanos e zona costeira

16h20 - Sistemas alimentares e mudança do clima

18h30 - Fomentando Carreiras na Nova Economia Climática

19h40 - Da integração ESG ao investimento de impacto: o risco climático e os caminhos para o alinhamento aos objetivos do Acordo de Paris

 
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Adriana Ramos

Adriana Ramos

Em breve.

Vanessa Adachi

Vanessa Adachi

Fundadora e editora-chefe da Capital Reset (tbc).

Fabrício Mariana

Fabrício Mariana

Fundador do Instituto Feira Livre.

Simone Silotti

Simone Silotti

Produtora rural e estudante de Gestão do Agronegócio.

Marina Cançado

Marina Cançado

Head of Sustainable Wealth da XP Inc (tbc).

Cassia Moraes

Cassia Moraes

Fundadora e CEO da Youth Climate Leaders.

Kamyla Borges

Kamyla Borges

Coordenadora de Projetos do Instituto Clima e Sociedade (iCS).

Gustavo Pinheiro

Gustavo Pinheiro

Coordenador do portfólio de Economia de Baixo Carbono do iCS.

Henrique Pereira

Henrique Pereira

CEO da WayCarbon.

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In what context did the Brazilian Conference get out?

In 2018, the Brazilian government withdrew its candidacy for Brazil to host the 25th UN Climate Conference (COP-25), which would be held in 2019. The rotation of COP headquarters in the regions of the globe is a UN practice. In Brazil the ECO-92 and Rio+ 20 resulted in the elaboration and launch of the Sustainable Development Objectives. For Brazil to host the COP-25 would emphasize its international protagonism. In addition, Brazil also loses all the opportunities that a big event can generate for host venues.

04     ---------     GOVERNANCE

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