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The UNEP.Net Regional Portal for Latin America and the Caribbean provides authoritative information and data on the region's environment stemming from UNEP's GEO process and is designed to support integrated environment assessments at the global, regional and national levels.

  

Themes

During the elaboration of the GEO Reports, the thematic breakdown used is as follows:
  Land
  Forests
  Biodiversity
  Freshwater
  Coastal and Marine Areas
  Atmosphere (Air Pollution)
  Urban Area
  Disasters

Latin America and the Caribbean

Subregions

For the purposes of the
GEO project, Latin
America and the
Caribbean is divided
into three subregions:
Mexico and Central America
Caribbean
South America

 
 
in Latin America and the Caribbean
 
 
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Mexico and Central America Caribbean South America

You can access reports on each topic. The information is at a regional, sub-regional and national scale.

  

The Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean

The GEO Process in Latin America and the Caribbean has resulted in comprehensive assessments and related data of the environment at different scales:
The Region's Environment :Global, Regional and Subregional GEO assessments
The Environment in Countries :National GEO assessments
The Environment in Figures :GEO Data

  

Resources


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