Latin America is falling behind on climate change and Paris Agreement goals

Carbon levels are rising, not falling, in Brazil and Argentina, while smaller Costa Rica and Uruguay are role models

By Michael Molinski

(Michael Molinski is a senior economist at Trendline Economics. He’s worked for Fidelity, Charles Schwab and Wells Fargo, and previously as a foreign correspondent and editor for Bloomberg News and MarketWatch.) 

BUENOS AIRES (Callaway Climate Insights) — Latin America is falling behind on efforts to redu…

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