The Regional Climate Change Nodes in Colombia: Real Practice in Collaborative Climate Action

12/2020 | Study

Colombia’s Regional Climate Change Nodes are the country’s flagship regional governance mechanisms to deliver climate change policy that integrates different levels of government. Currently, each of the nine Nodes is at a unique stage of development. While the Nodes have great potential to deliver on the promise to advance concerted climate solutions by different government levels and actors, they are currently not achieving a transformative impact due to a number of barriers. This "real" practice study looks at how the Colombian climate change nodes can levergage collaborative climate action in Colombia.

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