has actively participated in the #COP23 (#UNFCCC) held in Bonn. We have attended important economic and commercial discussions. In the photo Claudio Iglesias Darriba (IPIBA’s Executive Director) with Mrs. Roseanna Cunningham, Secretary of Environment and Climate Change of Scotland. This country has implemented successful subsidies as a way to contribute to new technologies development.
In a Mapuche community situated in the sub-antarctic forest of the northwest of Argentine Patagonia, analysis was carried out on forest environmental perception and its relation to the resilience of the body of traditional botanical knowledge regarding medicinal plants. (more…)
Significant financial resources will be needed to help developing countries deal with climate change. The European Union is the largest contributor of climate finance to developing countries and the world's biggest aid donor, collectively providing more than half of global official development assistance (ODA). Climate change is being increasingly integrated into the EU's broader development strategy. - The EU’s Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA) initiative provides technical and financial support to developing countries to integrate climate change into their development policies and budgets, and to implement projects that address climate change on the ground. The GCCA is also a platform for dialogue and exchange of experience.