Daniel Ryan, Buenos Aires Institute of Technology - ITBA, Argentina, and Eduardo Bustos, Global Change Center, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, ask: what is holding back adaptation policies and the implementation of NDCs in Latin American countries? [more...]
Maria Carolina Urmeneta Labarca heads the Office of Climate Change in Chile’s Ministry of Environment. Here, she shares her insights into Chile's integrated climate governance, from national to local levels. [more...]
The Government of Chile has embarked on a two-year ‘Mitigation Action Plans and Scenarios’ (MAPS) project, with CDKN’s support. The project aims to generate options for Chile to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions through a process of research and multi-sectoral involvement. [more...]
This report, Financing Pathways for Low Emissions and Climate Resilient Development, identifies emerging issues that may influence a National Financing Pathways and considers different frameworks and tools to develop such pathways. [more]…
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In this edition of CDKN's quarterly Outlook newsletter, we highlight climate compatible development in Rwanda, Pakistan, Chile, Uganda and the Marshall Islands. [more]…
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