O Policy Paper “Brasil – China: elementos para uma cooperação em meio ambiente” é resultado de um processo amplo de diálogo e consultas a especialistas brasileiros e chineses, segmentos da sociedade civil, do setor privado, consultores nacionais e internacionais e acadêmicos. Também resulta de processo de integração com os demais núcleos temáticos do CEBRI, como o Núcleo Ásia e o Núcleo Energia e Infraestrutura, num esforço para melhor compreender possíveis papéis da temática ambiental nos desafios que cercam a cooperação bilateral Brasil e China. Leia aqui.
The Policy Paper “Brazil and China: elements for cooperation on environment” is the result of a broad process of dialogue and consultations to Brazilian and Chinese experts, segments of civil society, private sector, national and international consultants and academics. It also results from the integration with other thematic programs of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI), such as the Asia Program and the Energy and Infrastructure Program, in an effort to better understand the possible roles that environmental issues can play in the challenges that enclose bilateral cooperation between Brazil and China. Read here.
The following Report for Broad Public seeks to summarize, in an objective and illustrative manner, the main conclusions and recommendations contained in the Policy Paper “Brazil and China: Elements for Environmental Cooperation”. The Paper is the final result of the initiative “Brazil and China Facing Global Environmental Challenges: notes to a bilateral agenda” developed by the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) in dialogue with the United Nations Environment Programme’s office in Brazil and in association with the World Conservation Monitoring Center (WCMC-UNEP). The project’s objective is to promote discussion among environmental experts and key stakeholders in the Brazil-China relationship, from the diplomatic, academic, political and business constituencies, in order suggest the main thematic priorities and cooperation strategies that should compose a new and ambitious environmental agenda between Brazil and China, with potential co-benefits in the achievement of global targets associated to biodiversity protection, the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read here.
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