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Multilateralism and Multipolarity

September 22, 2022

This paper gathers the Program’s main reflections on the state of the multilateral system, and points to challenges within.

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The climate agenda as the central axis of foreign policy in Latin America

August 23, 2022

The climate crisis, global in nature, demands joint and urgent actions. For Latin America to advance on this agenda, it is necessary to reflect on possible ways to strengthen a multilateral narrative in favor of a coordinated foreign policy in the region. In this sense, the project "The Climate Agenda as a Central Axis of Latin American Foreign Policy" carried out by the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) and the Regional Program for Energy Security and Climate Change in Latin America of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (EKLA-KAS) aimed to discuss the role of the climate agenda [...]

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Green Hydrogen’s Contributions to the Energy Transition: Perspectives and Prerequisites

August 22, 2022

The event, organized in partnership with the Australian Embassy in Brazil, will focus on the role of green hydrogen in the energy transition and carbon emission reduction for hard-to-abate sectors. Among the issues that will be addressed are the regulatory framework, policies to create a hydrogen market,  investment and collaboration opportunities between Brazil and Australia. To see Agnes da Costa (Ministry of Mines and Energy of Brazil)'s presentation, click here. To see the presentation "Certification and carbon markets – a prerequisite for hydrogen growth" (Australia's Clean Energy Regulator), click here. Partner: Australian Embassy in Brazil

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Threats without borders: Are we apt to cope with the challenges?

June 30, 2022

In order to better analyze the various challenges that countries and multilateral organizations need to deal with, situationsthat go beyond countries’ borders, the Forte de Copacabana International Conference will present four central topics of discussion, focused on the following themes: climate change and the energy crisis; water and food security; the Covid-19 pandemic; and technological security, focused on artificial intelligence and cyberwarfare. Traditionally released each year during the Forte de Copacabana Conference, the Policy Papers 2022 publication aims to bring these strategies and analyses that emphasize the search for solutions [...]

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