Latin America's contribution to greenhouse gas emissions has been historically small, with a relatively low emissions intensity compared to other regions. All countries in the region have ratified the Paris Agreement and submitted their first round of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Most countries have also updated their NDCs, taking on more ambitious commitments.
Developing Country Perspectives at the WTO's 2022 Public Forum
You can view this video of a working session on regional perspectives on trade and climate change co-hosted by TESS and regional partners at the WTO's 2022 Public Forum. The video includes a discussion of Latin America priorities with the author Lorena Palomo Parada.
Developing Country Perspectives
This publication is part of a series of policy papers commissioned by TESS with partners on Developing country perspectives on trade, climate change, and sustainable development.