Mexico sees need to promote adaptation to climate crisis in Latin America

The director general of the National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change of Mexico, Maria Amparo Martinez, highlighted Mexican initiatives during her participation in the "High-Level Dialogue on Climate Action in the Americas"

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The countries of Latin America must promote their adaptation to climate change and make this transformation permanent, said Wednesday (8) the director-general of the National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change of Mexico, Maria Amparo Martinez.

"Actions for adaptation are unavoidable and should be happening on a large scale in all countries," said the official during her participation in the "High-Level Dialogue on Climate Action in the Americas," co-organized by Argentina, Barbados, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, and the Dominican Republic.

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