Written by Juliano Bueno de Araújo
There is no doubt that the UN Convention on Climate Change is one of the most important conferences that focuses on the environment in the whole world. Brazil’s decision to not host COP25 is, undoubtedly, a risky choice. It puts at stake their so called “global leadership in sustainable development” that was put forward by the government at the time it recommended to host in October of this year. This past Wednesday Nov 28, Brazil’s elected government – which will take office from January 2019 – said that they’re studying the possibility of withdrawing the country from the Paris Agreement.
It is known that the country that hosts the conference needs to contribute to the achievement of the goals, and the dialogue between all the nations needs to be positive. In the case of Brazil, it could mean a great deal: they would need to
Original Title: Brazil’s Government says Yes to Climate Change
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