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Meeting Report | Financing Tropical Forest Protection: Session 2 of the Brazil-US Dialogue on Sustainability and Climate Change

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In mid-September 2021, the Wilson Center, in partnership with Uma Concertação Pela Amazônia hosted a discussion with Brazilian and US nongovernmental stakeholders on how to best develop mechanisms for channeling capital effectively to support low carbon development and conservation in the Amazon, as well as working with local stakeholders to ensure they have access to these new funding sources and enough capacity to absorb and use new resources effectively.

Over the course of the session, three major policy recommendations emerged as critical to bolstering bilateral Brazil-US cooperation on investment in the Amazon region. 

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Relatório da Reunião (Português)

Relatório da Reunião | Financiando a Proteção da Floresta Tropical Ao longo da sessão, foram pontuadas três recomendações de políticas fundamentais para fomentar a cooperação bilateral em investimentos na região amazônica.

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