ECLAC’s Office in Brazil, DIEESE and FES Brasil launched a report on The Big Push for Sustainability and the dynamics of employment, work and income: Work in the context of the Brazilian economy’s social and ecological transformation.
La 5ta edición del encuentro organizado por CEPAL, UNICEF y América Solidaria se realizó por primera vez de manera virtual y contó con un espacio de diálogo intergeneracional entre autoridades regionales y jóvenes del continente.
In a joint statement, the Executive Secretaries of the United Nations Regional Commissions have called for enhanced regional cooperation to develop nature-based and technological solutions for capturing CO2 emissions from the atmosphere and ensuring its long-term storage.
Alicia Bárcena, the organization’s Executive Secretary, participated in the 14th National Dialogue for a Social Mexico: Development and Society after the Pandemic, organized by the UNAM’s University Program for Development Studies.
In a new report, ECLAC calls on the region’s countries to channel FDI flows – which are expected to hold steady in 2021 – towards activities that generate greater productivity, innovation and technology.
Autoridades gubernamentales y expertos de alto nivel de organismos internacionales participaron hoy en un evento organizado en el marco del mes del Desarrollo en Transición: Diálogos para trazar nuevos caminos para América Latina y el Caribe.
In a new report, ECLAC raised its regional growth estimate for this year to 5.2% based on an economic rebound but that does not ensure sustained expansion. It warns that the social impacts of the crisis are worsening and will continue during the recovery.
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary participated in a virtual event on progress towards a circular economy in Latin America and the Caribbean, which was organized by the UN regional commission, the Presidency of COP25 and Euroclima+.
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, gave a presentation on a high-level international panel held in the framework of Latin America Energy Week, where she affirmed the urgency of the transition towards renewable energies with full social inclusion.
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary participated today in the presentation of the global report “Cities and Pandemics: Towards a More Just, Green and Healthy Future,” organized by UN-Habitat and the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico.
At an event organized by the Regional Office of UNEP and the National College of Mexico, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary urged for changing the development paradigm that has led to overshooting the planet’s limits, with high economic and social costs.
During the celebration of the 5th anniversary of the OECD Programme for the region, Alicia Bárcena reaffirmed the importance of addressing current challenges with renewed partnerships and international cooperation based on common interests.