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5 ways governments and city leaders should be collaborating on decarbonization

The state of São Paulo, Brazil is following the Paris Agreement towards decarbonization Image: Governo do Estado de São Paulo

João Doria

Governor of the State of São Paulo, Government of the State of São Paulo

Patricia Ellen da Silva

Partner; Head, Brazil Office, SYSTEMIQ

Marcus Vinholi

Secretary of Regional Development, Government of the State of São Paulo

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