A perspective from Latin American and Caribbean think tanks on climate change issues Series

Hernán Carlino (Fundación Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina)

N°20/14 november 2014 | climate www.iddri.org

This publication is part of a collection of papers that 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. This work series was led by IDDRI (Teresa Ribera, Celine Ramstein) and jointly prepared with experts from four Latin American think tanks: Maria Elena Gutierrez, Maria Paz Cigaran, David Garcia and Carolina Chambi (Libelula, Peru), Rene Castro and Mario Chacon Leon (CATIE, Costa Rica), Hernan Carlino (Fundacion Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina) and Renato Flores and Marina Drummond (Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Brazil), as well as from IDDRI (Alexandre Magnan, Teresa Ribera, Sebastien Treyer and Thomas Spencer)