NDCs & The Private Sector: Brazil
Carlos A. Klink
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil´s GHGs emissions (annual estimates by MCTI, 2014)
Elaborated by Ministry of the Environment (2015).
Type: absolute target in relation to a base year (2005)
Coverage: economy-wide, 100% of the territory, including CO2, CH4, N2O, PFCs, HFCs, SF6
Metric: GWP-100 (IPCC AR5)
Social dimension (more vulnerable as priority)
New public policies (National Adaptation Plan)
37% Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Reduction by 2025
43% Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Reduction by 2030
(Subsequent indicative contribution)
The Private Sector & Brazil´s NDC
Ministers, civil society, academia, political
leaders, Congress representatives, private
sector, think-tanks, experts, the Church,
KEY INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS:
Joint climate change statements
• NORWAY (during Paris)
Bank association, Beef, Biotech, Business
forums, Cement, Chemicals, Coal,
Construction, Ethanol and Biodiesel, Farmers
associations, Forestry, Industry associations,
Mining, Oil and gas, Renewables (solar and
wind), Soy, Steel.
Political engagement and compromise;
Scenarios; Climate financing.
Ag & Forestry Coalition; FEBRABAN.