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Decree 10.275 establishing the Technical Committee for the Low Carbon Industry

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2020
The Low Carbon Industry Technical Committee is a consultative body designed to promote the articulation of public and private bodies and entities to implement, monitor and review public policies, initiatives and projects that stimulate the transition to a low carbon economy in the sector.

Art 2 states that the Committee is responsible for:
I - guide the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and review of policies that promote the transition to a low carbon economy in the industrial sector;
II - to help ("subsidiar") the formulation of the Brazilian position in negotiations of multilateral agreements, in matters related to the industrial sector, especially in relation to impacts on productivity and competitiveness;
III - contribute to public policies and private initiatives to promote the Sustainable Development Goals;
IV - propose actions necessary for the implementation of measurement, reporting and verification systems for greenhouse gas emissions from industrial enterprises; and
V - identify and propose the elaboration of studies to help ("subsidiar") the implementation of public policies aimed at promoting the transition to a low carbon economy.

The decree further defines the Committee's composition and functioning.


from the Grantham Research Institute
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