Even before the pandemic, lawmakers around the world were already working on proposals for economic plans that take environmental issues into account, an effort that was consolidated as the Green New Deal. The relevance of legislation and government plans that drive the climate agenda was even more evident with the crisis imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The role of the private sector in accelerating its plans for the low carbon economy is also becoming increasingly evident.
How did these plans progress and what are the global perspectives for their implementation? Do the plans under discussion today meet the needs also imposed by the climate crisis, already underway? This event will present possibilities of implementing Recovery Plans with a climate focus, considering the public and private sectors.
- Ana Toni Executive-Director, Institute for Climate and Society
- Marina Grossi CEO, CEBDS (representing WBCSD in Brazil)
- Gustavo Pimentel Managing Director, SITAWI, which leads Investors for Climate initiative
- A Former Finance Minister who signed Convergence for Brazil Initiative
- Moderator: Claire O'Neill, Managing Director, Climate & Energy WBCSD
About organizers: The Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) is a philanthropic organization that promotes prosperity, justice and low carbon development in Brazil. We operate as a bridge between international and national funders and local partners. Consequently, we are part of a wide network of philanthropic organizations that are dedicated to finding solutions to the climate crisis.
The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS) is a non-profit civil association that promotes sustainable development through coordination with governments and civil society, in addition to disseminating the most current concepts and practices on the subject.