Brazil, Opinion

Brazil can break the carbon market deadlock

Representatives of indigenous groups from Brazil at COP28. Brazil is developing its compliance carbon market with a focus on redistributing income to stakeholders like indigenous communities (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Brazil is well positioned to move forward negotiations around international carbon market regulations in the face of disagreements between the EU and the US at COP28

COP28 ended in Dubai last week after a last-minute push to strengthen language around fossil fuels to reach net zero carbon ...

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