This paper provides a comparative analysis of Latin American climate change framework legislation in Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay. It assesses if and to what extent the legislation in those countries meets the requirements of the Paris Agreement, identifies gaps and achievements, draws lessons and offers some recommendations. *A version …

What may be the possible implications of the Paris Rulebook for law, policy and further action in developing countries? Advice: The table provides an initial overview on the potential national implications that the Paris Agreement and the subsequent decisions on its implementation adopted in Katowice (the so called Rulebook) may have for developing …

Can you advise on the general subject areas that the finance section in overarching new climate legislation should cover and provide some explanations on why they would be useful?  Advice: The effective implementation of new legislation on climate change will be possible only with the support of adequate financial resources. This pertains to adaptation …

While countries are still negotiating international responses to climate change, many have also embarked on domestic action to implement their commitments under the Paris Agreement. This process often includes reviewing and enhancing domestic legal frameworks. In collaboration with UNEP, LRI is supporting these efforts through a new web-based …

To implement the Paris Agreement on climate change at national level, countries will need to review existing governance frameworks and adopt new rules and regulations. Under the umbrella of the African Climate Legislation Initiative (ACLI), the Cameroon Climate Change Working Group (CCCWG) initiated last year a ‘bottom up’ or demand orientated …