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2 United Nations Association-Brazil United Nations Association – Brazil is a grass root institution liked to the UN that aims to educate, inspire and mobilize the Brazilian civil society regarding the principles and values inscribed in the Charter of the United Nations. UNA-Brazil is also engaged with disseminating the institutional importance of the work developed by the UN through the implementation of projects, activities and partnerships in the local, national and international spheres.

3 Fórum das Américas Fórum das Américas is an independent institution dedicated to the discussion of the main hemispheric issues, from human rights to democracy, from environment to free trade areas. Founded in 1978, Fórum das Américas has already organized a number of events with highlights to The United Nations and Society in the Threshold of a New Millennium, in 1998, that counted with the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan as the main speaker and gathered the most important leaders of the Brazilian society. UNA-Brazil was established in this same occasion.

4 Speakers SDF 2007 President Bill Clinton Minister Paulo Bernardo Pres.Clinton, Amanda Ungaro,IREOs Paolo Zampolli Guests SDF 2007 Sustainable Development Forum 2007

5 President George Bush Saint Chatwal Eight Governors from Brazil, Bill Rohdes and Mario Garnero Rep. Michel Temer Sheik Salman Al – Khalifa; Sergio Thompson-Flores Minister Nelson Jobim President José Sarney and Naomi Campbell Dr. Frank Sherwood Rowland, Nobel Prize Winner, Chemistry

6 SDF Venue and Date One year past the SDF 2007, during the Brazilian extended hollyday, from 8:00am until 2:30pm. Cosmopolitan center that allows attendance of greater amount of international personalities and enables a better repercussion of the event. Reference in New York, Cipriani Wall Street offers the necessary venue to accomodate our guests comfortably with VIP treatment. May 2nd, 2008 New York, USA Cipriani Wall Street

7 Cipriani Wall Street stands as a triumph of Greek Revival architecture. Occupying an entire city block, this New York Landmark served as the home of the New York Merchants' Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange and the US Customs House, as well as the headquarters of the National City Bank. Cipriani Wall Street

8 Create and strengthen the perception, especially from the business community, that no profit will be sustainable in the medium to long run if the economic activity it is based on is not environmentally sustainable; Mobilize political, academic and business leaders and promote international dialogue on sustainable development; Use a business language to present the various concepts, providing scientific analyses and realistic goals; SDF 2008 Goals

9 Generate networking opportunity between part of the global business elite, furnishing them the knowledge to start businesses and partnerships that take the limitations of our planet into consideration; Achieve great international repercussion of this crucial subject and stimulate action by governments, enterprises and individuals; Fund-raise for future projects of the United Nations Association - Brazil. SDF 2008 Goals

10 Partners SDF 2007: Council of the Americas, FALA!, FENADVB, Novel Holdings Limited, Quintessentially, Brazil-Texas Chamber of Commerce, World Business Council for Sustainable Development and World Federation of United Nations Associations. Press to be invited: Azteca TV, Correio Popular, Dinheiro, El País, O Estado de São Paulo, Financial Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Herald Tribune, Jornal do Brasil, Jovem Pan, Le Monde, Newsweek, Rede Record, Revista Forbes, The Economist, Times of London, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, etc. Partners and Invited Press

11 Confirmed Honorary Speaker Al Gore Vice President of the United States of America ( ); 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Winner The Inconvenient Truth and the Global Alliance for Sustainability The Inconvenient Truth and the Global Alliance for Sustainability Other Invited Speakers: Bill Clinton, President of the United States of America ( ) Tony Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom ( ) Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State of the United States of America Celso Amorim, Brazils Minister of Foreign Relation Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations

12 Participation at event with very distinguished invitees, including presidents and CEOs of important companies from many different sectors, state authorities, royalties, personalities and academics from Brazil and the world; Expose and present its logo and products to a very wealthy international clientele with great promotion and repercussion capacity; Associate its image to themes of the large public interest as sustainable development and global warming; Benefits for Sponsors

13 Know and be known to opinion makers and decision takers of the highest power spheres worldwide; Possibility to develop and generate new business opportunities; Have its name/logo diffused through media partners in many countries, such as USA, Brazil, UK, France, Germany, México, Italy and others; Exclusive networking. Benefits for Sponsors

14 ParticipationParticipation Individual Ticket Access to all panels Individual name listed in the program Contribution: US$ 1,100

15 OpportunityOpportunity Silver Support Access to all panels for 10 attendees Individual name of 10 attendees listed in the program Tables identified with the corporate logo of supporter for 10 attendees Corporate logo of supporting institution listed on program as silver supporter Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website Contribution: US$ 21,000

16 OpportunityOpportunity Gold Sponsor Access to all panels for 20 attendees Individual name for 20 attendees listed in the program Table identified with the corporate logo of sponsor for 20 attendees Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website Verbal and visual logo representation of sponsor at the event to include: (i) Corporate logo listed on the program as gold sponsor; (ii) Acknowledgement by the MC; (iii) Corporate logo displayed in plasma screens. Corporate logo included in official promotion materials Corporate presentation of sponsor placed in proper location Access to the VIP room for president of sponsoring institution Contribution: US$ 80,000

17 OpportunityOpportunity Platinum Sponsor Access to all panels for 30 attendees Individual name for 30 attendees listed in the program Tables identified with the corporate logo for sponsor for 30 attendees Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website Verbal and visual logo representation of sponsor at the event to include: (i) Corporate logo listed on the program as sponsor; (ii) Acknowledgement by the MC; (iii) Corporate logo displayed with exclusivity at e-banner inside the conference room during sponsored panel. Corporate logo included in official promotion materials Corporate presentation of sponsor placed in proper location Access to VIP room for the President of sponsoring institution Welcome remarks by the president of sponsoring institution during the sponsored panel. Contribution: US$ 160,000

18 Thiago L. Fernandes T Anamélia Meirelles T General Coordinator Communication Officer Contact Information Paolo Zampolli T International Renewable Energy Organization Robson Mello Brazil Foundation of America BFA is a Not-For- Profit Organization under the Federal laws of 501(C) all contributions are tax deductible


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