Reuters/Mariana Bazo - A general view of lake Laguna 513, at more than 13,000 feet above sea level in front of the Hualcan glacier in Huascaran natural reserve in Ancash November 29, 2014.
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A new global agreement can catalyze climate action in Latin America
In December over 190 countries will converge in Paris to finalize a new global agreement on climate change that is scheduled to come into force in 2020. In this new paper, Guy Edwards, Timmons Roberts, Monica Araya, and Cristián Retamal look at why Latin American climate policies and pledges merit attention, and review how the region's nations are preparing their national pledges, or “intended nationally determined contributions” (INDCs).