Senate bill ignores agroecological zoning of sugarcane

Senate bill ignores agroecological zoning of sugarcane

The Senate Bill (PLS) 626/2011 has returned to the agenda and should be voted on in the Senate floor in next weeks.The Brazilian Coalition reaffirms its position paper against this Bill and asks the Senators to vote for its rejection. Read more>>

System of Forest Products must start immediately

System of Forest Products must start immediately

The Brazilian Coalition reinforces its support for Sinaflor and calls on the official Sisnama organizations that have not yet formally joined the system to do so before May 2, 2018, in order to allow its immediate functioning. Read more>>

Brazilian Coalition Governance

Brazilian Coalition Governance

The main role of Coalition is to articulate and facilitate actions for the country to promote a new economic development model, based on the low carbon economy. Check out the governance and the main processes of the moviment to achieve this goal. Read more>>

What is the Coalition?

What is the Coalition?

Check out the new presentation folder of the Brazilian Coalition, which contain the main information about the movement. Read more>>

Timeline

Timeline

In about two years, the Brazilian Coalition has achieved important results. Check out the most relevant moments of this history in our timeline! Read more>>

Research platform for native species

Research platform for native species

Alan Batista, forestry engineer and investment analyst at WRI Brasil, explains how the VERENA project can promote research and development (R & D) of native species, with the purpose of improving their prod uctivity and economic return, as a priority. Read more>>

A movement for low-carbon economy

A movement for low-carbon economy

We are a multi-sector movement formed by leading organizations in the Brazilian agrobusiness, the main civil organizations in the environment and climate areas, academic community and sectoral associations, who have gathered to address the issues arising from climate change from the perspective of a new economic model. Read more >>

 

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2 years of Coalition

The Brazilian Coalition has existed for 2 years. Check out the series of videos that show why this is an innovative initiative in Brazil and in the world, the learning and challenges of the Coalition in this period and the future vision of the movement for the coming years. Read more>>

Agriculture is key to carbon sequestration

Although agriculture is one of the major sources of GHG emissions, it also has much to contribute to combating climate change with soil carbon sequestration. Read more>>

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