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Brazil | Brazil highlights challenges in implementing transparency rules of the Paris Agreement

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Brazil, through the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI), participated this Monday (15) in the regional workshop for Latin America, the Caribbean and North America that presented support modalities for the preparation of biennial transparency reports and strengthening institutional capacity and national reporting systems for implementing the Strengthened Transparency Framework, provided for by Article 13 of the Paris Agreement, and providing guidance. The event in digital format was promoted by the Secretariat of the UN Climate Convention (UNFCCC).

On the occasion, the general coordinator of Climate Science at MCTI, Márcio Rojas, highlighted that even with experience in producing National Communications and Biennial Update Reports (BUR), the Strengthened Transparency Structure of the Paris Agreement will require additional efforts to the institutionalization of systems and processes to meet the frequency and quality of information requested.  

“Brazil strongly believes that appropriate financing, technology transfer and development, and support for capacity building are critical for developing countries to adequately comply with the reporting requirements of the Climate Convention and implement the Strengthened Climate Framework.” Transparency,” said Rojas.


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