Brazil : A case study on greenhouse gas reduction

27 May 2015 - Special issues

Brazil has been a leader in emissions reduction over the last several years through reducing deforestation. Commitment to emission reduction is apparent at both the national and sub-national level taking into account both the environmental, and the social benefits of climate change mitigation.
Published in May 2015 by I4CE together with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).

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