The British ambassador says COP26 is waiting for a plan to clear deforestation in Brazil

The British ambassador says COP26 is waiting for a plan to clear deforestation in Brazil

In an exclusive interview with an international researcher CNN Peter Wilson, UK Ambassador to Brazil, said he would like to see a comprehensive plan for the fight against poaching in Brazil by COP26 (26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change).

The country is expected to come up with a strategy to eliminate this problem by 2030. [o desmatamento] Every year, ”Wilson said.

In April, at the Climate Leaders Summit, President Jair Bolzano (non-partisan) promised to reduce his carbon emissions by 43% and eliminate illegal deforestation by 2030.

However, the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Assessment (SEEG) report released on Thursday (28) shows that emissions contributing to climate change will increase by 9.5% by 2020. This came mainly from land use issues. In which the protagonist of deforestation.

Wilson, however, did not say that Brazil lacked credibility in these problems, noting that all countries have their challenges.

The British Ambassador to Brazil praised the country in some respects. “Brazil has a very clean energy matrix,” he said.

(Published by Daniel Fernandez)

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