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Facing climate change across Latin America and the Caribbean

Over the past years, countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have seen a range of developments around climate mitigation and environmental policy. Nature Climate Change asked a selection of scientists from the region to share their thoughts on research questions and responses to climate change in their area of study.

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Correspondence to Alfonso Fernández, Matías Franchini, Luiz Aragão, Lindsey Carte, Diego Pacheco, Leticia M. Ochoa Ochoa, Preeya S. Mohan, Ana Paula Martins do Amaral Cunha or Marisol Yglesias-González.

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Fernández, A., Franchini, M., Aragão, L. et al. Facing climate change across Latin America and the Caribbean. Nat. Clim. Chang. 13, 1014–1019 (2023).

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