2016
DOI: 10.1590/1809-4422asoc142054v1932016
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CDM Projects in Brazil: Market Opportunity for Companies and New Designated Operational Entities

Abstract: Brazil actively participates in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) without having any kind of mandatory requirement. The objective of this study is to map the activities of CDM projects approved by interministerial Commission on Global Climate Change (CIMGC, for its acronym in Portuguese) and to identify new opportunities for CDM validation and verification bodies in Brazil. This paper was done by gathering information on CDM projects approved in Brazil and listed in the portal of the Ministry of Science, T… Show more

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“…Such is the case with Brazilian National Policy of Climate Change in 2009 (Portuguese acronym: PNMC). Through this legislation, in its Article 12, the country establishes a voluntary commitment to reduce from 36.1% to 38.9% the GHG emissions projected by 2020 [16].…”
Section: Clean Energy Projects In Growing Economiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such is the case with Brazilian National Policy of Climate Change in 2009 (Portuguese acronym: PNMC). Through this legislation, in its Article 12, the country establishes a voluntary commitment to reduce from 36.1% to 38.9% the GHG emissions projected by 2020 [16].…”
Section: Clean Energy Projects In Growing Economiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are recent Brazilian studies focused on the viability of energy utilization of landfi ll gas (Medeiros et al, 2017;Oliveira et al, 2017;Silva et al, 2017;Pin et al, 2018;Santos et al, 2018) and some present considerations on CDM mechanisms (Crovador et al, 2016;Torres, Fermam, Sbragia, 2016;Cruz, Paulino, Paiva, 2017;Fernandez et al, 2017;Mori-Clement et al, 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%