South-South cooperation in climate and environment: paths for Brazilian foreign policy

By promoting a Foreign Policy that neglects South-South Cooperation, Brazil is missing out on a series of opportunities, both in terms of expanding influence at the international level and in terms of reaping the concrete benefits that result from the exchange of experiences with other developing countries. How could the Brazilian Foreign Policy of a future government make up for lost time and revitalize not only South-South Cooperation in general, but also innovate in this modality of cooperation in the areas of climate and environment in particular?

In an op-ed published in Carta Capital on May 11, 2022, CIPÓ’s Executive Director, Adriana Abdenur, notes some paths forward for Foreign Policy in this area. The text is part of a series of articles and analyses that CIPÓ is preparing during the electoral period.

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Plataforma CIPÓ is an independent, women-led policy institute focusing on climate, governance, and peacebuilding in Latin America and the Caribbean and, more generally, the Global South.

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