On Tuesday, September 26, from 9:00 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. (Panama time, GMT-5), we will hold the sixth ROAD TOWARDS COP28 dialogue on Human mobility and the climate crisis in Latin America and the Caribbean.
On Thursday, September 21, from 9:00 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. (Panama time, GMT-5) we will hold the fifth ROUTE TO COP28 dialogue on Climate Action in the Private Sector and other non-State Actors in the implementation of NDCs in Latin America and the Caribbean.
UNEP, UN Women, and the World Food Programme provides an opportunity to reflect on the progress made, recognize the unique needs of the region, and address remaining challenges.
The LAC Taxonomy Common Framework is a guidance document that can serve as a voluntary reference to orient LAC member states that are in the process of or intend to develop sustainable finance taxonomies.
Implementation of Carbon Markets and Article 6: Benefits, risks, challenges, and lessons learned in LAC
The implementation of carbon markets and Article 6 play a crucial role in enabling governments and the private sector to meet the commitments of zero emissions or carbon neutrality by 2050, as proposed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Ambition and Reality on the Global Adaptation Goal: The Perspectives of Latin America and the Caribbean
The Glasgow-Sharm el-Sheikh work program will develop a framework for the Global Adaptation Target in 2023. We will discuss the Global Adaptation Target in Latin America and the Caribbean, the contribution of national and sub-national instruments to the achievement and frame tracking. We are going to make visible the progress of the region in terms of adaptation, as well as its needs and challenges.