Tendencias y Estudios / Convergencia y sostenibilidad

Nuevo número de Revista CEPAL aborda los problemas de la dependencia en recursos naturales y los retos de la innovación en la región

Los retos en la gestión de la innovación para América Latina y el Caribe, así como la evolución productiva en el desarrollo económico de Chile, y la evolución de la inserción internacional argentina ante la controversia de los recursos naturales, son algunos de los temas principales que aborda el nuevo número de Revista CEPAL.

¿Cómo facilitar la evaluación de los riesgos de desastres y cambio climático en proyectos?

El presente documento resume la Metodología de evaluación del riesgo de desastres y cambio climático desarrollada y sometida a pruebas piloto durante 2017 y 2018.

Science-industry knowledge exchange:A mapping of policy instruments and their interactions

Countries deploy a variety of financial, regulatory and soft policy instruments to promote science-industry knowledge exchange. While these instruments are often discussed in isolation, they are implemented collectively and may reinforce and complement but also weaken or even negatively affect each other and add excessive complexity.

Could your car help power Heathrow?

The future of UK infrastructure is very much in the hands of the public. As opinion turns against private financing, some investors are faced with the renationalisation of projects, while others risk owning stranded assets as investing in fossil fuels becomes undesirable.

Bioenergy from boreal forests: Swedish approach to sustainable wood use

As this report highlights, wood energy potential could be further enhanced by collecting a larger share of logging residues. Just over half of Swedish forest fellings come in the form of roundwood from tree trunks, which are harvested for lumber, other wood products, pulp and paper.

 A Consumption emissionsThe new frontier for climate action by cities

Cities account for over half of the world’s population and over 80 per cent of global GDP. With 1.6 billion people in cities at risk from heatwaves and 800 million vulnerable to ffooding due to climate change by 2050, cities are at the forefront of global climate action.

Recalcan urgencia de movilizar recursos suficientes para financiar los objetivos de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible

El documento, coordinado por la Oficina de Financiamiento para el Desarrollo Sostenible del Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales de la ONU (DESA, por sus siglas en inglés), plantea la necesidad de tomar conciencia y acciones concretas ante la urgencia de esta problemática.

ICCT quantifies the EV charging infrastructure gap across US markets

In a new white paper, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has quantified the gap in charging infrastructure across the 100 most populous US metropolitan areas in the US to power more than 3 million expected electric vehicles by 2025.

Launching an orange future

In order to learn how a creative entrepreneurship can flourish in Latin America and the Caribbean, first it is necessary to know the talent that will develop the projects.

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