Brazilian Coalition’s 2019 Activity Report

Brazilian Coalition’s 2019 Activity Report

In 2019, the Brazilian Coalition faced the enormous challenge of building dialogue with a new government. The movement achieved the objective of presenting its proposals to decision makers and did its part to show that the implementation of this agenda is a great opportunity for the country. Check in this report the main highlights in the last year. Read more>>

Brazilian Coalition sent a Strategic Agenda for the Government

Brazilian Coalition sent a Strategic Agenda for the Government

Check out Brazilian Coalition Strategic Agenda for the Government sent to the office of the Minister of the Environment. The document is structured in four lines of action: Illegal Deforestation and Land Ownership Legalization, Ecological-Economic Zoning, Recognition of the Economic Value of Forests and Bioeconomy. Read more>>

MP 910 can intensify land ownership crisis and deforestation

MP 910 can intensify land ownership crisis and deforestation

Check out Brazilian Coalition's position paper about the Provisional Measure 910, that regards “land ownership legalization of occupations located in areas of the Brazilian Federal Government”. This measure can be approved by the National Congress and brings risks. Read more>>

Bridges built in 2019 and others to pull up in 2020

Bridges built in 2019 and others to pull up in 2020

In 2019, the Brazilian Coalition faced the enormous challenge of building dialogue with a new government. In 2020, the movement bets on being closer to Congress. The Task Forces began to function this year and made key contributions. Also, the Coalition has expanded its presence in international debates. Read more>>

Coalition brings sustainable land use to official COP 25 Program

Coalition brings sustainable land use to official COP 25 Program

The Coalition was invited to participate in official COP 25 events. Marcelo Furtado, member of the movement's Strategic Group, participated at the High-Level Meeting on Forests organized by UNFCCC. André Guimarães, Coalition cofacilitator, participated in the side event "Nature-based solutions: mangrove conservation and zero deforestation". Read more>>

Coalition furthers dialogues at Cop25

Coalition furthers dialogues at Cop25

The Coalition also participated in various debates at the Brazil Climate Action Hub, a space funded by the Institute for Climate and Society, in which the climate issue in the Brazilian and Latin American context was discussed. The movement also held a press conference and was invited to attend other events during the conference. Read more>>

Coalition presents its vision for the future

Coalition presents its vision for the future

As a result of a collective work involving over 200 people, the Brazilian Coalition presents its vision for the future for forests and agriculture. The publication was reported today by the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. Check out the complete publication, the Executive Summary and the video about the vision. Read more >>

Report: Land use and Land Cover Data and Intelligence in Brazil

Report: Land use and Land Cover Data and Intelligence in Brazil

Check out the report with the main messages of the scientific seminar promoted by the Brazilian Coalition on data regarding the dynamics of land use and cover. Link here >>

Brazilian Coalition challenges

Brazilian Coalition challenges

Watch this video to know why the Brazilian Coalition was created and what are the challenges we face to promote a low carbon economy in Brazil. Watch now>> 

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>>

Key Issues

Coalition furthers dialogues at Cop25

The Coalition also participated in various debates at the Brazil Climate Action Hub, a space funded by the Institute for Climate and Society, in which the climate issue in the Brazilian and Latin American context was discussed. The movement also held a press conference and was invited to attend other events during the conference. Read more>>

Coalition brings sustainable land use to official COP 25 Program

The Coalition was invited to participate in official COP 25 events. Marcelo Furtado, member of the movement's Strategic Group, participated at the High-Level Meeting on Forests organized by UNFCCC. André Guimarães, Coalition cofacilitator, participated in the side event "Nature-based solutions: mangrove conservation and zero deforestation". Read more>>

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