The book focuses on Latin America’s three major blocs at the U.N. climate negotiations and how they attempt to balance climate action with building prosperity.
Étiqueté : Latin America
This Brookings paper aims to better understand the link between Latin American countries’ proposed climate actions before 2020 and their post-2020 targets under a Paris agreement.
The LAC region in the face of climate change: perspectives on national policy and international cooperation
A perspective from Latin American and Caribbean think tanks on climate change issues Series
The region of Latin America and the Caribbean is already a global low-carbon leader in terms of power generation from hydrological and biomass resources, and it recently has made great strides in developing its other renewable energy sources. Declining costs, maturing technologies, and vast untapped potentials for renewables offer an unprecedented opportunity for further development of the renewable energy market in the region…
This paper addresses three examples, including Chinese investments in Venezuela’s oil sector and a Costa Rican oil refinery, and Chinese investment in and purchases of Brazilian soybeans…
The EU and Latin America and the Caribbean: paving the road towards a new global climate change agreement in 2015?
A paper on EU-Latin American and the Caribbean cooperation and diplomacy on climate change.
This World Bank study identifies good practices for managing the key environmental and social issues associated with wind power development and provides advice on how best to address these issues in project planning, construction, and operation and maintenance
A World Bank’s report