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Despite multiple crises, Brazil signs the Paris climate agreement

Following Brazil’s decision to sign the Paris Agreement, the battle now shifts to persuading lawmakers that early ratification of the agreement and accompanying transition to a low-carbon economy represent an opportunity to build prosperity rather than a constraint.

Event for the launch of Institute Escolhas’ research

In November 24th of 2015, Instituto Escolhas has released its study “Impacts of carbon taxation  in Brazil” at the Institute’s launch event, in a partnership with Insper and Folha de São Paulo Journal. The analyses observes the  carbon emissions generated by fuel combustion in 18 sectors of the economy. To watch the complete video of […]

Research analyzes tributes to reduce carbon emissions

In November 24th of 2015, Institute Escolhas has released its research “Impacts of carbon taxation  in Brazil” at the Institute’s launch event. The research observes the  carbon emissions generated by fuel combustion in 18 sectors of the economy.

The basis for the study was to correct the distortions caused by the PIS/Cofins tax- that result from […]

Fé no Clima- Religious Communities debate Climate Change

Inserted in the framework of the release of Laudato Sí by Pope Francis and the 2015 Paris Climate Conference (COP-21), ISER (Institute for Religious Studies – www.iser.org.br) along with GIP (Public Interest Management) carried out the Fé no Clima International Meeting on August 25 of 2015, in Rio de Janeiro.

The event had the presence of […]

Soros’ ambassador

Pedro Abramovay is the first latin american to lead Open Society Latin America. “When he called me, it was clear that he had done his research about me before that”, said Abramovay. The 35 year-old lawyer, affiliated to PT (Brazilian labor party), was 22 when he started working on Lulas’s government first as a legal […]

BRICS Analysis: Climate Finance and INDC commitments

Alice Amorim briefly analyzes the Finance and Means of Implementation sections of the Brics’ UNFCCC INDCs shows the nuances of their approaches to this topic and allows interesting comparisons. The analysis shows clearly that there was no substantive alignment between them on a commonly grounded contribution profile or even a shared narrative or strategy beyond reinforcing CBDR-RC. When Russia is considered among them, any common arrangement seems to be null.

BRICS Analyses: Climate Finance and INDC commitments

Alice Amorim briefly analyzes the Finance and Means of Implementation sections of the Brics’ UNFCCC INDCs shows the nuances of their approaches to this topic and allows interesting comparisons. The analysis shows clearly that there was no substantive alignment between them on a commonly grounded contribution profile or even a shared narrative or strategy beyond reinforcing CBDR-RC. When Russia is considered among them, any common arrangement seems to be null.

BRICS Analysis: Climate Finance and INDC commitments

Alice Amorim briefly analyzes the Finance and Means of Implementation sections of the Brics’ UNFCCC INDCs shows the nuances of their approaches to this topic and allows interesting comparisons. The analysis shows clearly that there was no substantive alignment between them on a commonly grounded contribution profile or even a shared narrative or strategy beyond reinforcing CBDR-RC. When Russia is considered among them, any common arrangement seems to be null.

Workshop “On the Road to COP 21: Climate Change and the Environmental Agenda from BASIC”

On June 30th, the BRICS Policy Center (BPC) and the GIP – Public Interest Management held the workshop “On the Road to COP 21: Climate Change and the Environmental Agenda from BASIC”, as a result of a partnership between the two organizations.

On the first stage of a long-term BPC/GIP partnership, we were pleased to welcome Minister Everton Lucero (Itamaraty), […]

Brazil-USA Climate Statement: In the right direction, but little ambition in sight

In an article published in Nivela, Alice Amorim analyzes the Joint Statement on Climate Change that resulted from meeting between president Dilma Rousseff and US president, Barack Obama, on June, 3oth. Although reaffirming the Brazilian government’s commitment towards reaching an ambitious and legally binding agreement during the COP21 in Paris, from the point of view of the […]