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As part of its activities to promote the debate on common strategies related to the EU-LAC bi-regional association, the Foundation carries out research and studies on issues identified by both regions.

These studies are published in this section of the web site, in order to encourage debate and promote exchange on best practices and specialised knowledge.

 The publications are organised into the following series: Bi-Regional Economic Perspectives; Bi-Regional Relations; Conferences; Democracy Studies; ECLAC / EU-LAC Bi-Regional Outlook; EU-LAC Forum of Global Governance and Reflection Fora. We also publish a Newsletter.

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    Climate Neutrality- A Much Needed Long Term Vision, by Christiana Figueres

    In December Peru will host a major climate conference. It is a moment in time for an ambitious, scientifically credible and clear vision on where the world needs to aim over the long haul. Bold initiatives are certainly needed now to slow the growth in ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Christiana Figueres
    Published in:
    Germany, 8 December 2014
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    The Bolivian Position at the International Climate Change Negotiations

    The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change establishes the objective of achieving to stabilize the emission of greenhouse gases on the planet, allowing the ecosystems to adapt to climate change in a natural way. This should be considered as ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Diego Pacheco
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 8 December 2014
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    Promoting the Integral Development in Balance with Mother Earth

    The Plurinational State of Bolivia is pioneer in promoting a new vision of development based on “Live Well in harmony with Mother Earth” as an alternative for the commodification of the environmental functions, unsustainable growth and accumulation of ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Ricardo Rojas Quiroga
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 8 December 2014
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    Closer than ever? Staying focuses and engaging in a constructive dialogue, by Andrzej Błachowicz

    The international community seems to be inching forward in bits and pieces towards a “successful” outcome at Paris COP21. The European Union – despite its internal differences – managed to agree on an ambitious climate and energy package; China and the US ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Andrzej Błachowicz
    Published in:
    United Kingdom, 8 December 2014
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    The EU, CELAC and SIDS – Last-Ditch Partners in the Multilateral Fight Against Climate Change

    It is difficult to imagine a global issue upon which more words have been expended, to produce comparatively few meaningful results, as Climate Change. Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have talked ourselves hoarse over the years in various efforts to ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    H. E. Camillo M. Gonsalves
    Published in:
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 8 December 2014
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    What role can the EU-CELAC partnership play in securing a global deal on climate change?

    As Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment, I was involved in enough negotiations to learn that if you want to pass a deal that's good for the planet; you need to build a broad coalition of supporters. As we enter the final stretch of ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Miguel Arias Cañete
    Published in:
    European Union, 8 December 2014
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    Interview with Paul Oquist, Minister-Private Secretary of Public Policies of Nicaragua

    The negotiations on climate change reached a decisive moment with the celebration of the COP20 in Lima; but, the path for the adoption of a Global Agreement at the summit that will be held at the end of 2015 in Paris appears to be tortuous. The Minister- ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Paul Oquist
    Published in:
    Germany, 8 December 2014