Climate Change: Lessons from Brazil’s Forest Policy

February 24, 2014

Carlos Klink, National Secretary for Climate Change of the Brazilian Ministry of Environment, discusses the implications of Brazil’s Forest Policy for the global community in tackling climate change.

Klink participated in the 20th Annual Conference of the International Society of Tropical Foresters at Yale.. To learn more about Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, visit http://environment.yale.edu/

This video is part of the Yale Global Perspective series. To learn more about Yale and Brazil, visit http://world.yale.edu/brazil