Climate Adaptation policies: closing the knowledge-action gap in Latin America
This roundtable will discuss and analyze some of the main knowledge gaps that affect the development of robust and evidence-based climate adaptation policies in the Latin American context, exploring some regional and national examples from Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Furthermore, in a dynamic and participatory discussion, it will seek to explore opportunities and ways to overcome those obstacles and gaps to strengthen the capacity of Latin American governments.
The proposed discussion is framed in the LatinoAdapta project; a regional research project on the interface between science and policy on climate adaptation issues, that is underway in the 6 Latin American countries mentioned above. LatinoAdapta is implemented by the Regional Network for Climate Change and Decision Making- UNITWIN Programm, lead by Avina and supported by IDRC.
- Daniel Ryan (ITBA, Argentina)
- Enrique Maurtua Konstantinidis (FARN, Argentina)
- Paula Ellinger (Fundación Avina)
16h às 17h15
Governança e transparência
Brazil Climate Action Hub – COP25 (Blue Zone)
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