Chamber members debate Brazil’s proposals for the Climate Conference
Event, scheduled for Friday (8th), brings together experts, defenders of social and environmental rights and Federal Government Representatives
Pablo Valadares/Câmara dos Deputados
The Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development of the Chamber of Deputies holds a public hearing on Friday (8th of October), at 9 am, to debate with civil society organizations and the federal government on the projects that Brazil will take to the COP-26 (Conference of Climate), which will take place in November, in Glasgow, Scotland. The transmission will be done via this link.
The participants are: Gabriel Mantelli; advisor to Conectas on Social and Environmental Rights Defense program, Cássia Marques da Costa; Institutional Development manager for the Sustainability Policy Action Network, Ane Alencar; director of Science at the Amazon Environmental Research Institute, Luis Fernando Guedes Pinto; Director of Knowledge at SOS Mata Atlântica, Paulino Franco de Carvalho Neto; Secretary for National Sovereignty and Citizenship Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Rodrigo Sauaia; Executive President of the Brazilian Association of Photovoltaic Solar Energy.