Climate Change in Regional Perspective - European Union and Latin American Initiatives, Challenges, and Solutions

Climate Change in Regional Perspective - European Union and Latin American Initiatives, Challenges, and Solutions, ed. Ribeiro Hoffmann, Andrea, Sandrin, Paula and Doukas, Yannis E. (Cham, Switzerland: Springer Cham, 2024).

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  • Editor Ribeiro Hoffmann, Andrea
    Sandrin, Paula
    Doukas, Yannis E.
    Title Climate Change in Regional Perspective - European Union and Latin American Initiatives, Challenges, and Solutions
    Series Title United Nations University Series on Regionalism
    Publication Date 2024
    Place of Publication Cham, Switzerland
    Publisher Springer Cham
    Pages XIV, 190
    Language eng
    Abstract This Open Access book addresses climate change in Europe and Latin America from a comparative regionalism studies (CRS) perspective. Written by an international team of scholars and experts, chapters critically analyze proposals for mitigating climate change while contributing to the mutual understanding about the issues at stake across regions. The book is divided into three main sections. In the first section, authors discuss EU and Latin American cooperation, negotiations, and perspectives on climate change, exploring their agendas, the interests and key challenges at the global, regional and interregional levels. The second section focuses on the challenges to finance development and a greener economy. The third section explores new green solutions to climate change in the agriculture sector and initiatives such as nature-based solutions to climate change and best practices. Providing policy oriented solutions for combatting regional climate change at a critical juncture, this volume will be of interest to researchers and students of international relations, international law, and environmental politics, as well as public officials and climate change activists.
    Keyword European Union
    Climate change
    Climate justice
    Comparative regionalism
    Green transition
    Latin America
    Open access
    Copyright Holder The Editor(s) (if applicable) and the Author(s)
    Copyright Year 2024
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9783031493317
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-49329-4
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