Brazil after COP26 is subject of online debate

How will these commitments be met? What important commitments were left out of the national agenda? These and other issues will be discussed in the virtual debate.

During COP26, the Brazilian government made some commitments related to illegal deforestation, the increased use of renewable energy, the irregular disposal of electronic waste and reducing methane and carbon dioxide emissions. In this context, FGV Energy will hold a webinar called “Brazil After COP26” on November 22, at 6 pm, on FGV’s YouTube channel. The event is part of the Energy in Focus series.

How will these commitments be met? What important commitments were left out of the national agenda? These and other issues will be discussed in the virtual debate.

To discuss COP26’s agenda, FGV Energy invited three specialists who were present at the conference: Élbia Gannoumum, the president of Abeeólica; Maiara Folly, director of Plataforma Cipó; and Maria João Rolim, a partner in law firm Rolim, Viotti, Goulart, Cardoso Advogados. The webinar will be moderated by Fernanda Delgado, strategic advisor and professor at FGV Energy.

To take part in the event, please sign up here.

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