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Focus on Latin America: Nivela Co-hosts Event at COP20 in Lima

This Thursday 11th of December, Nivela will co-host an event with NRDC and Brown University in Lima, Peru. The event is supported by the Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental (SPDA). We are encouraging a much-needed dialogue between representatives of governments in Latin America and country experts from outside government. For those of you who are in Lima please join us.


Can Latin America achieve convergence between domestic and international climate efforts post 2020?


Thursday, December 11, 2014 (16:45 - 18:15) Room Paracas


Distinguished Latin American representatives from governments, environmental organizations, think tanks and business will discuss ways to ensure coherence between local and global actions to promote climate and development goals as well as efforts to set ambitious targets post 2020.

The event will focus on cities, energy and forests


The event will be in English & Spanish (Translation).



Monica Araya, Nivela

Timmons Roberts, Brown University



Natalie Unterstell, Director at Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of the Brazilian Presidency

Ana Toni, Nivela Partner, Greenpeace International Chairwoman


Pablo Badenier, Minister of Environment

Andrea Rudnick, Regional Analyst, MAPS


Giovana Valverde, Head of Delegation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Manfred Kopper, Environmental Director, Business Association for Development


Daniel Ortega, Lead Negotiator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility

Carolina Zambrano, Leader of Strategy on Sustainable Cities, AVINA


Silvia Garza Galván, Senator, Mexican Senate

Gabriela Niño, Public Policies Coordinator, Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental


Fabiola Muñoz, Director of National Forest and Wildlife Service

José Luis Capella, Director of Forestry Program, Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental

A reception will follow the event. Follow the event on Twitter #LACC2020

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