The G20's contribution to the fight against climate change and the financing of it

Presentation of research results

September 28 Thursday

Date/time

September 28, 2017

Loc.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Type

Book Presentation

The present authors and representatives deal with the issue of climate change and the link between the G20 and Latin America, in particular Argentina, which will preside over the G20 in 2018

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The analysis regarding the contribution of the Group of 20 (G20) and the situation of its three Latin American member states - Argentina, Brazil and Mexico – concerning their fight against climate change and its financing allows the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) to point at the progresses and the challenges of these countries. At the same time, the research should contribute to the transition to an inclusive economy that considers its ecological footprint and complies with a new development model.

This document was prepared and compiled by Heloísa Schneider, employee of CEPAL's Sustainable Development and Human Settlement Department, as well as Kristina Taboulchanas, Virginia Scardamaglia and Miroslava Barragán. It was financed by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and realized by the Program EKLA.

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