O Conselho Empresarial Brasileiro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável (CEBDS), com apoio da International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), realizará no dia 19 de agosto, durante a Latin American and Caribbean Climate Week, o Workshop internacional: “Article 6 Business Dialogue Meeting”.

O Artigo 6 se tornará o foco principal das negociações na COP25 no Chile. Durante a COP24 de 2018, foi entregue o Livro de Regras do Acordo de Paris. Contudo, as Partes não conseguiram chegar a um acordo sobre o uso de abordagens cooperativas nos termos desse Artigo.


O evento ocorrerá em duas sessões realizadas na Climate City (Salvador Hall), Av. Luís Viana – Patamares, Salvador da Bahia. A primeira sessão ocorrerá das 9hàs 13h30 e será aberta ao público presente. A segunda sessão ocorrerá de 14h30 às 18h00 e será fechada apenas para membros do CEBDS e IETA.


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Morning Session (Open to All)

• 8:30 Welcome coffee

• 9:00 Opening

Introduction to the agenda of the day and objectives

Presentation of participants and expectations

▪ Marina Grossi, CEBDS

▪ Dirk Forrister, IETA

• 9:20 Setting the scene: The Article 6 Framework

What is Article 6 and what does it say?

▪ Stefano De Clara, IETA

▪ Amy Steen, UNFCCC

Q&A

• 10:20 State of play in the Article 6 discussion and expectations for COP25

What is the state of play in the negotiations on Article 6?

What are the key unresolved issues?

What are the main Party positions?

The Brazilian position on Article 6

Moderator: Stefano De Clara, IETA

▪ Panelists:

• Amy Steen, UNFCCC

• Marina Carrilho, Brazil

• Roberto Castelo Branco Coelho de Souza, Brazil

• Juan Carlos Arredondo, Climate Connection

• Juan Pedro Searle, Chile

Q&A

• 11:20 Coffee break

• 11:30 Private sector and article 6

What are the critical questions of interest to business and policy leaders regarding economic impacts of Article 6?

▪ Moderator: Stefano De Clara, IETA

▪ Panelists:

• Philipp Hauser, Agora

• Karl Vella, WBCSD

• Monique Goncalves, Shell

Q&A

• 12:15 Article 6 in practice: discussion on Article 6 pilot activities

What lessons could be learnt from the existing Article 6 pilot activities?

▪ Moderator: Stefano De Clara, IETA

▪ Panelists:

• Axel Michaelowa, Perspectives

• Neeraj Prasad, World Bank

• Ousmane Fall Sarr, West African Alliance

Q&A

• 13:15 Closing and Next Steps

• 13:30-14:30 - Lunch time

Afternoon Session Closed for CEBDS & IETA Member Companies Only

• 14:30 Building Brazilian Business Position

Develop the common topics in agreement

▪ Companies separated in groups

▪ Facilitator to help on a methodology to construct the main points to the draft statement (based on the morning last sessions)

▪ Next steps discussion

• 17:30 Closing Remarks

• 18:00 Cocktail reception