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All the Brazilian Coalition on Climate, Forests and Agriculture's proposals are the result of a process of dialogue and consensus among the several sectors that are part of the movement. To this end, the members' participation is structured as follows:


STRATEGIC AND EXECUTIVE GROUPS
The body responsible for the main Coalition decisions is the Strategic Group (GE), which meets at least four times a year and is responsible for approving all the movement's proposals. The Executive Group (GX) holds a fortnightly call for a general follow-up of the Coalition's actions.

GE Members:
• André Guimarães - Executive Director of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
• Beto Mesquita - Director of Policies and Institutional Relations of BVRio and Founder of Diálogo Florestal
• José Carlos da Fonseca  - Coalition’s Co-Facilitator and Executive Director of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá)
• João Paulo Capobianco - Member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Democracy and Sustainability (IDS)
• Marcello Brito - CEO of CBKK
• Marcelo Furtado - Founding Partner of ZCO2
• Marina Grossi - President of the Brazilian World Business Council for Sustainable Development (Cebds)
• Maurício Voivodic - Executive Director of WWF Brazil
• Paulo Hartung- Executive President of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá)
• Rachel Biderman - Coalition’s Co-Facilitator and Senior Vice President for the Americas - Conservation International (CI)
• Ricardo Young - Member of the Instituto Ethos' Deliberative Council
• Roberto Waack - Visiting Fellow Hoffman Center - Chatham House
• Rodrigo Castro - Country Manager of Solidaridad Brasil Foundation
• Sylvia Coutinho - President of the UBS Group in Brazil
• Tasso Azevedo - Specialist
• Walter Schalka - President of Suzano


GX Members:
• Carlos Roxo
• Fabíola Zerbini - Director of Forests, Land Use and Agriculture of WRI Brasil
• Ivone Namikawa - Forest Sustainability Manager of Klabin
• José Carlos da Fonseca  - Coalition’s Co-Facilitator and Executive Director of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá)
• Juliana de Lavor Lopes - Sustainability, Communication and Compliance Director of AMAGGI
• Karen Oliveira - Public Affairs Manager of The Nature Conservancy Brasil (TNC)
• Paulo Massi Dallari - Government Affairs Director of Natura & Co
• Rachel Biderman - Coalition’s Co-Facilitator and Senior Vice President for the Americas - Conservation International (CI)
• Renata Nogueira - Agriculture Supply Chain South America Sustainability Lead of Cargill
• Renata Piazzon - Executive Manager of Climate Change of Arapyaú Institute
• Rodrigo Castro - Country Manager of Solidaridad Brasil Foundation

The names and organizations of GE and GX members are also available on the Action Plan Platform.


FACILITATORS AND EXECUTIVE COORDINATION

To support the Forums, GE and GX, the Brazilian Coalition has an Executive Coordination, which is responsible for forwarding the orientations of other bodies of the movement. Along with a dedicated team, the coordination also relies upon two facilitators, who are primarily responsible for representing the movement at events and meetings, and for carrying out the dialogue between members in general. The facilitators hold a two-year term of office.

Members of the Executive Coordination and Facilitators are also available on the Action Plan Platform.

Facilitators:
• José Carlos da Fonseca  - Coalition’s Co-Facilitator and Executive Director of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá)
• Rachel Biderman - Senior Vice President for the Americas of Conservation International (CI)

Executive Coordination:
• Laura Lamonica - Executive Coordinator
• Renato Grandelle - Communications Coordinator
• Maiara Beckrich - Operations and Engagement Analyst
• Joice Oliveira - Operations and Information Management Analyst


DIALOGUE FORUMS AND TASK FORCES

Debates which result in the movement's proposals are carried out in the Brazilian Coalition's four Dialogue Forums (Agriculture and Silviculture, Native Forests, Deforestation, and Public Policies and Economic Instruments), governance bodies open to all those interested in advancing the climate, forests and agriculture agenda.

The Dialogue Forums are broken down into Task Forces, which are intended to forward more specific actions and, hence, allow the Brazil Coalition to gradually advance towards the targets of “2030-2050 Vision: The Future of Forests and Agriculture in Brazil”.


LEADERSHIPS:

AGRICULTURAL AND SILVICULTURE DIALOGUE FORUM
FORUM LEADERS:
• Ivone Namikawa (Klabin)
• Leda Tavares (WWF-Brasil)
• Liège Vergili Correia (JBS/Friboi)
• Lucas Henrique Ribeiro (Abag)

FORUM TASK FORCES AND ITS LEADERS:
ATER (Technical assistance and rural extension): Juliana Monti (Solidaridad Brasil Foundation) and Mariana Pereira (Solidaridad Brasil Foundation)
Forest Code: Beto Mesquita (BVRio) and Renata Nogueira (Cargill)
Green Finance: Juliano Assunção (CPI/PUC-Rio) and Leila Harfuch (Agroicone)

 

DEFORESTATION DIALOGUE FORUM
FORUM LEADERS:
• Alessandra Fajardo (Bayer)
• Fabiana Reguero (Amaggi)
• Paulo Moutinho (IPAM)
• Túlio Dias Brito (Agropalma) 

FORUM TASK FORCES AND ITS LEADERS:
Deforestation Data: Clarissa Gandour (CPI/PUC-Rio) and Priscila Matta (Natura)
Beef Traceability: Eduardo Caldas (TFA) and Liège Vergili Correia (JBS/Friboi)
Undesignated Public Forests: Paulo Moutinho (IPAM)

 

NATIVE FOREST DIALOGUE FORUM
FORUM LEADERS:
• Ana Leite Bastos (Amata)
• Eduardo Roxo (Atina)
• Leonardo Sobral (Imaflora)
• Miguel Calmon (CI)
• Paulo Barreto (Imazon)

FORUM TASK FORCES AND ITS LEADERS:
Restoration: Laura Antoniazzi (Agroicone) and Rubens Benini (The Nature Conservancy)
Silviculture of Native Species: Miguel Calmon (CI) and Rodrigo Ciriello (Futuro Florestal)
Bioeconomy: Eduardo Roxo (Atina), Juliana Simões (The Nature Conservancy) and Luciana Villa Nova
Forest Concessions: Ana Leite Bastos (Amata) and Leonardo Sobral (Imaflora) 

  

PUBLIC POLICIES AND ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS DIALOGUE FORUM
FORUM LEADERS:
• Andreia Bonzo Azevedo (Instituto Igarapé)
• Beto Mesquita (BVRio)
• Diogo Bardal (IFC)
• Erika Pinto (Ipam)
• Gabriel Siqueira (UNICAMP/IGT)
• Joana Chiavari (CPI/PUC-Rio)
• Kalil Cury (Partner Desenvolvimento)
• Rodrigo Lima (Agroicone)

FORUM TASK FORCES AND ITS LEADERS:
Payment for Environmental Services: Ana Tulia de Macedo (Natura) and Erika Pinto (IPAM)
Carbon market: Eduardo Bastos, Gabriela Savian (IPAM) and José Carlos da Fonseca Junior (Ibá)
Monitoring Territorial Planning: Andreia Bonzo (Instituto Igarapé) and Mônica Dias (Suzano)
Landholding Regularization: Joana Chiavari (CPI/PUC-Rio)


Other members and organizations leading the Dialogue Forums and Task Forces, along with all the actions they lead, are available and monthly updated on the Action Plan Platform.