Latin America & Caribbean Climate Week


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Montevideo, Uruguay

20-23 August 2018

Radisson Victoria Plaza Hotel

>>>NEWS: Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week seeks to Galvanize Regional Climate Action

Latin America & Caribbean Climate Week 2018 is designed to advance regional climate action. The ultimate aim of the Climate Week is to support implementation of countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement and climate action to deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The Climate Week will be an umbrella for a series of climate-related events focused on NDC implementation – Challenges and opportunities, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and Global Climate Action.

With Latin America Carbon Forum a cornerstone event, focus will be placed on market-based approaches, economic instruments and climate-aligned finance to drive investment in climate action.

If you are planning a climate-related event in Latin America, consider holding it in Montevideo during Climate Week.

Join us at Climate Week!

REGISTRATION to any of the open events during the Climate Week (20-23 August) is available HERE. Please NOTE that this online registration facility allows you to register for the entire week, not only for the Carbon Forum’s sessions.


  • LAC Carbon Forum
  • High-level ministerial session (part of LAC Carbon Forum)
  • LEDS – Low Emissions Development Strategy – Workshop
  • Regional Technology Meeting: Mitigation and Adaptation
  • LAC Talanoa Dialogue (Hosted by the Government of Uruguay)
  • Participate on our Knowledge Corner: Click HERE
  • Also: interested in pitching your own ideas? Click HERE
  • More information is coming soon


In order to assist participants in obtaining an entry without visa permission, for those countries where the Uruguayan Embassy or Consulate is not available (without exception), please send the visa application form to the UNFCCC secretariat ( at your earliest convenience and no later than 25 July 2018, together with a copy of your Passport and travel reservation. The secretariat will coordinate with the Focal Point of the Ministry of Housing, Land Planning and Environment in Uruguay for the possibility of issuance an entry without visa permission. Permissions will be granted at discretion of the Government of Uruguay on a case by case basis.

Further information on VISA, transportation means from different locations and relevant logistical tips can be found HERE (for Spanish version HERE).


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For Monday’s sessions that require registration/invitation, please contact:

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