The Climate and Development Initiative, created by the Talanoa Institute in partnership with the Climate Center of COPPE-UFRJ, and with support from iCS, is cited as a case study for combating climate change

In 2021, the Talanoa Institute joined the Climate Center of COPPE-UFRJ to launch the Initiative “Climate and Development: Visions for Brazil 2030,” which proposed to start a dialogue about ways to increase Brazil’s efforts within the scope of the Paris Agreement. At the same time, the document seeks to strengthen the position of the country in a new economic reality, with a development strategy that is compatible with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050. The initiative has been cited as a case study in the publication “Finding Pathways, Financing Innovation: Tackling the Brazilian Transition Challenge,” by the World Economic Forum, which addresses Brazil’s potential to affect the global fight against climate change beyond its borders. Learn more here.

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