As part of the cooperation and technical assistance undertaken with our regional partners, the Agricultural Development and Climate Change Unit from ECLAC’s sub-regional headquarters in Mexico recently contributed to a SE-COMISCA (Secretaría Ejecutiva del Consejo de Ministros de Salud de Centroamérica) publication. In the second edition of the magazine “Regional Health” published by SE-COMISCA, ECLAC submitted an article about “Migration, Health, and Climate Change” that addressed the effects climate change has on the intersection between health and migration. Other themes included displacement, extreme events associated with climate change, and the vulnerabilities of migrants in the region. Other articles in this edition of the magazine also address climate change and migration, considering other factors such as mental health, youth, country of origin, and family situation. You can read the second edition of “Regional Health” here.