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COP26 and Carbon Markets: the Challenges of the Negotiations on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

April 20, 2021

The challenges of negotiating Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and the next edition of the COP were the topic of the webinar "COP26 and Carbon Markets: the Challenges of Negotiating Article 6 of the Paris Agreement" held by CEBRI's Environment and Climate Change Program on April 20th. Article 6 of the agreement stipulates cooperation between signatory countries through market mechanisms in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The debate was based on the "Brazil's Competitive Advantages in the Market Instruments of the Paris Agreement" publication by Professor Ronaldo Seroa da Motta. The study was published by the Institute for Climate and Society in March this year.

Date:

April 20, 2021

Location:

Online

Time:

6 to 7:15 pm (Brasília Time)

Language:

Portuguese only

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The challenges of negotiating Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and the next edition of the COP were the topic of the webinar "COP26 and Carbon Markets: the Challenges of Negotiating Article 6 of the Paris Agreement" held by CEBRI's Environment and Climate Change Program on April 20th. Article 6 of the agreement stipulates cooperation between signatory countries through market mechanisms in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The debate was based on the "Brazil's Competitive Advantages in the Market Instruments of the Paris Agreement" publication by Professor Ronaldo Seroa da Motta. The study was published by the Institute for Climate and Society in March this year.

Opening and Moderation

Izabella Teixeira
Trustee Emeritus

Co-Chair of the UN International Resource Panel and Minister of Environment (2010-2016)

Ana Toni
Trustee

Executive Director of Institute for Climate and Society (iCS)

Roberto Waack
Chairman of the Board of Instituto Arapyaú

Participants

André Araujo
President of Shell Brasil

André Clark
Trustee

Senior Vice President for the Siemens Energy Hub in Latin America and General Manager of Siemens Energy Brazil

Ronaldo Seroa da Motta
Professor at State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)

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