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Economics of Climate Change in Latin America and the Caribbean Summary 2010 Featured

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This document, published by the ECLAC and carried out in collaboration with regional governments, the EU, IDB and various other political, academic, and research institutions, summarizes the aggregate economic impact of climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean. On the basis of national and regional studies, the report offers important economic considerations concerning climate change, including an estimated 1% loss of annual GDP in the region's countries between 2010 and 2100 unless a consensus on mitigation actions is reached.
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