Minas Gerais signs $560 bn agreement with UK for green development

Minas adherence to the agreement will generate additional revenue and jobs, according to Ambassador Liz Davidson’s assessment. The UK wants to cut emissions by 68% by 2030. Brazil has enormous comparative advantages to position itself as a green economy. Low-carbon measures would result in a cumulative increase of R$2.8 trillion ($560 bn) in 2030, and 2 million more jobs in 2030, mainly in industry and services,” he said.

Source: Portal Solar