British government announces, in an event co-organized with iCS, new technical and financial support for the transition towards a low carbon economy in Brazil

iCS and the United Kingdom embassy in Brazil entered into a partnership to develop a series of activities involving government, civil society and other non-state actors in the preparation for COP30, taking advantage of the experience of the United Kingdom at COP26. In the wake of this mutual support, the event “United Kingdom and Brazil: Partners on green and inclusive growth” took place, with the first two blocks being broadcast online.

The Embassy announced a series of partnerships and investments through International Climate Finance (ICF).

The United Kingdom also announced financial support and technical assistance for the National Foundation of Indigenous Peoples (Funai), in the management of Indigenous Lands, and in the carbon market for the states of Acre and Mato Grosso. Read more in a report by CNN and watch the opening blocks here.

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