Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas
Manuel Pulgar Vidal

Former UN Climate Talks President Says Latin America Has Much to Gain at Paris Conference

On the opening day of international climate change talks in Paris this week, Manuel Pulgar Vidal, Peru’s environment minister, officially handed over the presidency of the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) to French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. AQ sat down with the minister to talk about Latin America’s role in climate negotiations in Paris … Read more Former UN Climate Talks President Says Latin America Has Much to Gain at Paris Conference

 

Beat the Heat

Extreme climate events are presenting a new and unexpected challenge to the private sector in Latin America. While attention understandably focuses on the ordinary citizens caught up in catastrophes such as the floods in Tabasco, Mexico and Hurricane Noel in the Dominican Republic, the painful economic effects on the hemisphere’s business community are often lost in the news coverage.

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