Chile is turning more than 10 million acres of land into 5 new national parks in a major expansion of its parklands in order to protect some of the country’s prestigious rainforests and grasslands.
The Peruvian government has announced plans to create a major national park in a remote region of the Amazon rainforest.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced that it will provide $150m towards new renewable energy projects in Peru.
During a meeting with a delegation of Senior Executives of the World Bank, the Government of Nicaragua announced that it will sign the Paris Agreement in an act of solidarity to the countries that are most valuable to climate change.
Paraguay is preparing to issue its first legislation to support the development of renewable energy sources, including solar and wind power, by the end of 2017
Santiago’s metro system – which transports approximately 2.4 million passengers each day – will become one of the first subways in the world to source most of its power needs from renewable energy
Chile will consider increasing its 2050 renewable energy target to 100 per cent, according to local reports on Wednesday 31 May
The European Union (EU) will support 79 developing nations in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) with a €8 million ($891m) to implement a global deal to combat climate change
Argentina is on track to become Latin America’s most attractive renewable energy market, as the country sets its sights on 20 per cent renewables by 2025 – according to a recent report
Latin America has seen significant investment in renewable energy in recent years, most notably in hydropower but the tide is now turning in favour of other renewable sources including wind and solar – according to new IRENA report
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