Lula Mulls Appointing a Brazil Climate Czar If Elected President – Bloomberg

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Brazil’s presidential front-runner Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil’s former president, speaks as his wife Rosangela da Silva listens at a rally during Bahia’s Independence Day in Salvador, Bahia state, on July 2

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva would likely appoint a special envoy for climate to help rebuild Brazil’s environmental image abroad if elected for a new term in October, according to two people working on his campaign.
The envoy, in a position akin to that of John Kerry in the US, would have the authority to set bolder environmental targets for Brazil while negotiating with the US and the European Union under the Paris and the Glasgow agreements, the people said, asking for anonymity to talk about ongoing discussions in Lula’s campaign.


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