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The region is trying to secure the climate finance they will need in the coming decades through a mix of instruments and approaches.
Here are the many faces of loss and damage around the world –and what it can look like for those on the frontlines.
We dive into the main lessons emerging from a recent regional exchange on low-emissions transport.
An international exchange on low-emissions transport took place in Santiago de Chile on March 22 and 23.
The climate crisis, just like nearly every other humanitarian and development challenge, has a greater impact on women. We explain how.
UNDP Administrator, Achim Steiner, met with local communities in Chile that are rolling-out much-needed solutions to waste management.
Countries such as Chile, Peru and Panama are promoting voluntary carbon footprint programmes within the private sector.

Across Chile’s mountains, valleys and coasts, the fingerprints of climate change are becoming more and more evident.

Vulnerable countries are stepping up amidst a slow response from some of the biggest emitters on the climate crisis.
Around the world some 2.2 billion people lack safely managed drinking water, 4.2 billion people lack safely managed sanitation, and 700 million…
Through our experience working with countries, here are 7 key lessons on adaptation, and how we are applying them as part of our Climate Promise.