Recife to host climate conference
With the intention of promoting and retaking the country's responsibility in the agenda of the Paris Agreement, the Brazilian Conference on Climate Change brings discussions about the climate crisis that the world is facing.
Being a preparatory event for cop-25, previously based in Brazil and now in Chile, it has with one of its co-ordinators the Centro Brasil no Clima, and brings together non-governmental organizations, social movements, governments, the scientific community and the private sector to dialogue and prepare proposals for implementation of the Brazilian NDC.
The conference is made up of 15 themes that will be organized into debate panels, round tables, working groups, business and technology demonstrations, workshops, subnational government dialogue sessions, demonstrations of civil society and community initiatives, hearings and deliberation assemblies. The meeting also carries a milestone: the presentation of the Recife Declaration, created with the objective of sealing and strengthening the country's commitment to reduce global warming and implement the Brazilian NDC.
The Brazilian Conference on Climate Change will take place in Recife, from 6 to 8 November. Registration to participate is open and can be made online at the Ethos Institute website.