Invitation to ECLAC's webinar: "Climate Technologies in Adaptation and Mitigation in Latin America and the Caribbean"

The Climate Change Economics Unit - Division of Sustainable Development and Human Settlements of ECLAC launched the webinar "Climate Technologies in Adaptation and Mitigation in Latin America and the Caribbean" to be held on:


8:00 San José - 9:00 Panama and Bogotá - 11:00 Montevideo, Santiago and Buenos Aires - 15:00 Brussels

ECLAC - the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean -, which is headquartered in Santiago, Chile, is one of the five regional commissions of the United Nations. It was founded with the purpose of contributing to the economic development of Latin America, coordinating actions directed towards this end, and reinforcing economic ties among countries and with other nations of the world. The promotion of the region's social development was later included among its primary objectives.

The ECLAC mission in the area of sustainable development and human settlements is to contribute to evaluation of progress in public policies, instruments and institutions, with a view to promoting more inclusive economic activity with a smaller environmental footprint in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Accordingly, ECLAC addresses the three dimensions of sustainable development simultaneously. In sum, the ECLAC’s efforts are aimed at translating the sustainable development vision of Latin America and the Caribbean into operative public policies.

During the aforementioned webinar, the results of the study “Regional collaboration for transparency and compliance with Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and the generation of long-term climate strategies (ECLP)”, carried out by ECLAC as part of the regional action within the framework of the EUROCLIMA programme, will be presented.

Participate by completing the following registration:


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