With COP21 Paris talks completed, how does the accord signed on Saturday affect Latin America? Many leaders of the region went to the French capital with ambitious goals.
Delegates are arriving this week for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris that will take place from November 30 to December 11 with more than 30,000 delegates. One important player in the talks will be Latin America and the Caribbean, though smaller economically than the United States and the European Union, they face the biggest risk of climate change. Part 2 in a 3 part series leading up to the COP21 Paris talk.
In December, world leaders will gather in Paris for the United Nations' annual Conference of the Parties (COP21) the aim is to get a binding agreement to which countries will commit to keeping global temperatures from rising beyond 2 degrees celsius. Everyone has a stake in the talks and an agreement may be on the horizon.
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