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Latin American economies should show leadership on climate negotiations

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In December talks in Paris involving more than 200 countries may result in a new agreement aimed at reducing carbon emissions. In the months leading up to the conference, The Economist will be publishing guest columns by experts on the economic issues involved. Here, Felipe Calderón, former President of Mexico and Chair of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, and Ricardo Lagos, former President of Chile and a member of the Global Commission argue there are many opportunities to improve economic performance while reducing growth in emissions.

LEADING countries in Latin America and around the world are showing how ambitious climate action is the right choice for both their citizens and their economies. The evidence is building that the global economy is reaching a key turning point away from its fossil fuel past.

We already know that climate change presents immense risks from rising global temperatures, melting of ice-sheets, more frequent and extreme heat waves and storms, and less predictable growing seasons. These are hurting subsistence communities already, and with greater warming, will affect us...Continue reading

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