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UNACTAD-ECLAC
1 Apr 2024

Briefing note

CEPAL y UNCTAD resaltan en webinario regional la importancia de la diversificación económica inclusiva para reducir la dependencia económica de las materias primas y lograr un crecimiento más sostenible e inclusivo

Durante el Webinario “Diversificación Inclusiva y Transición Energética: Oportunidades para América Latina” se discutieron las recomendaciones de política pública del informe de la UNCTAD sobre Productos Básicos y Desarrollo 2023: Diversificación inclusiva y transición energética; y se analizaron las oportunidades y los desafíos para América Latina de la diversificación económica asociados a las cadenas de valor alrededor de los minerales y a la implementación de políticas industriales verdes en el contexto de la transición energética y de la agenda de desarrollo sostenible.

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22 Mar 2024

Briefing note

Session 6 "Water Security, Climate Resilience, and ROSA Experiences" - Regional Water Dialogues for Latin America and the Caribbean 2024

Session 6 of the 2024 Regional Water Dialogues, focused on "Water Security and Climate Resilience: Contributions and Experiences for the Water Sustainability Network and Observatory (ROSA)," highlighted the regional challenges and strategies for addressing water management and climate change. Countries shared national experiences, lessons learned, and discussed the importance of technology, watershed protection, and multisectoral participation in water management.

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22 Mar 2024

Briefing note

Session 7 "Opportunities for the Circular Economy in the Sanitation Sector – Towards a Roadmap for LAC" - Regional Water Dialogues for Latin America and the Caribbean 2024

Session 7 of the 2024 Regional Water Dialogues addressed the "Opportunities for the Circular Economy in the Sanitation Sector", with the aim of presenting a roadmap that transforms public policies and regulatory frameworks to expand investment opportunities in circular systems. Moderated by Mr. Diego Fernández, senior expert in the Drinking Water and Sanitation sector of ECLAC, the session highlighted the importance of innovation, multi-sector collaboration, and sustainable financing to move towards a circular economy in sanitation.

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