Brazil teams up with top climate finance group for eco advance.

February 27, 2024
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  • Brazil partners with GFANZ to boost funding for clean energy and nature restoration.
  • The collaboration aims to mobilize public and private financing to support Brazil’s climate initiatives.

Brazil has announced a partnership with the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) to increase funding for clean energy and nature restoration projects, including reforesting the Amazon rainforest. The collaboration with BNDES aims to mobilize public and private financing to support Brazil’s efforts in leading global climate initiatives. President Lula da Silva aims to take a central role in global climate efforts, with plans to host major economic and climate summits in the coming years. The partnership with GFANZ will focus on expanding Brazil’s renewable energy sector and implementing projects like the “Arc of Reforestation” to restore degraded areas of the Amazon rainforest.

The tie-up with GFANZ, which includes asset managers, banks, and insurance firms, represents a significant step towards boosting green growth in Brazil. With a focus on clean energy and nature restoration, the partnership aims to address pressing environmental issues and support the country’s transition to a more sustainable future.

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