Representatives from several civil society organizations participated in a new stage of the simulation aimed at COP30, which will take place in Belém (PA) in 2025

The Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) organized, in partnership with FGVces, the second stage of the training program “Simulation of International Negotiations about Climate Change.” On June 27 and 28, representatives from around 40 civil society organizations participated in the simulation with the objective of learning strategies and approaches to reaching agreements during international climate negotiations. The press was also represented, as well as an agenda of side events, which are always present at the COPs.

The participants discussed the role of the business sector in the climate agenda with the participation of Danielly Mello Freire, from the UN Global Compact – Brazil Network, Francisco Gandolfi de Tulio, from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), Marta Blazek, from FGVces, and Marina Esteves Vergueiro de Almeida, from the Ethos Institute. A workshop promoted by Jacarandá – Sonhar em Rede was also part of the program.

The activities will continue until December and seek to strengthen the representatives from civil society with respect to COP 30, which will take place in November 2025 in Belém, in Pará.

Photo: FGVces and the Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) organized the training program “Simulation of International Negotiations about Climate Change.” FGVces/LinkedIn

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