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The Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial (INPI), with the support of EUROCLIMA+, held a workshop to promote the Green


The general objective of this Dialogue Table on Cuba's Climate Agenda is to identify challenges in the implementation of Cuban climate policies,

Cuba initiates a dialogue to address its climate commitments under the framework of the Paris Agreement and respond to the State Plan for Confronting

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Implementing Agencies

Main results

  • Communication was established with the 18 Latin American countries through their focal points or designated representatives.
  • More than 10 applications for support were received.
  • By the end of 2017, six countries had requested support under the climate governance component: Ecuador, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil and El Salvador.
  • A regional request was received, articulated by CIHMET (Conference of Directors of Ibero-American Hydrological and Meteorological Services).
  • Services provided: exchange workshops, visits, internships, meetings, systematisation, virtual or in person exchanges, diagnostics and technical assistance.

Four agencies with a single objective

Climate Governance integrates the experience of four agencies:

  • FIIAPP provides direct support to the Latin American countries in their processes of design, updating or implementation of mitigation and adaptation climate policies, wich allow then to reach the 2020 with updated laws and plans or NDC adapted to their realities in the ambitious framework set in the Paris Agreement. It also strengthens the capacities of public services and other actors involved. To achieve this, they provide to the region with experiences and European experts, cooperation between counterparts and peer exchange.
  • GIZ focuses its actions mainly on training public officials in charge of  carrying out reforms, or civil society (academia, private sector) which has an influence on decision making and implements them.
  • FIIAPP as well as GIZ and UNEP, operate jointly in facilitating policy dialogue at the highest level with the Forums of Environmental Ministers, and at the functional level between the different levels of administration, between different administrations or between different countries.
  • ECLAC contributes its extensive experience in the region through technical support to countries that contribute to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of public economic policies related to climate change for the completion of the NDCs, as well as studies and research on monitoring and follow-up for public policies and national and regional policy dialogue on climate change.

From this multiple perspective, the Climate Governance component of EC+ aims to address all the needs that Latin American countries may have at both country and regional levels.


Climate Governance


Oficina FIIAPP:
Beatriz de Bobadilla, 18 – 28040 Madrid

Oficina GIZ:
Rue Archimède 61, 1000 Bruselas, Bélgica

Oficina CEPAL:
Av. Dag Hammarskjöld 3477, Vitacura, Santiago de Chile

Oficina ONU Medio Ambiente:
Edificio 103, Ave. Morse, Ciudad del Saber, Clayton, Rep. de Panamá


+34 91 591 29 98

+ 32 2 710 1937

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ONU Medio Ambiente:
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