A perspective from Latin American and Caribbean think tanks on climate change issues Series
This collection of papers led by IDDRI and jointly prepared with experts from four Latin American and Caribbean think tanks (Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Costa Rica) analyze several of the technical and political issues in the UN climate change negotiations, including those related to climate finance and to the international adaptation framework; and how to support and encourage low-carbon and climate-resilient development.
Working Paper N°16/14 (November 2014)
The LAC region in the face of climate change: perspectives on national policy and international cooperation
Céline Ramstein, Teresa Ribera (IDDRI)
Working Paper N°17/14 (November 2014)
Agriculture, forestry and other land-use in the climate negotiations: a Latin American perspective
René Castro and Mario Chacón León (CATIE, Costa Rica)
Working Paper N°18/14 (November 2014)
Engaging the productive sector in the climate change negotiations
Marina C. F. P. D. Drummond, Renato G. Flôres Jr. (Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil)
Working Paper N°19/14 (November 2014)
Reconciling development with the need to ‘decarbonize’ the economy
Maria Elena Gutiérrez, María Paz Cigarán, David García, Carolina Chambi (Libélula, Peru)
Working Paper N°20/14 (November 2014)
How to finance low-carbon and climate-resilient development?
Hernán Carlino (Fundación Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina)
Policy Brief N°09/14 (July 2014)
What adaptation chapter in the New Climate Agreement?
Alexandre Magnan, Teresa Ribera, Sébastien Treyer, Thomas Spencer (IDDRI)