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To embark on its recovery from COVID-19, Latin America will need to address its two greatest weaknesses; the shortcomings in state capacity and its dual labor market, according to three e...
Elevation is often overlooked, despite the fact that thousands of cities across the globe are nestled in highlands, plateaus, and mountain ranges.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on Latin and Central America's economy, with annual GDP expected to shrink by 8.1% in 2020, according to the IMF.
The challenge of meeting the needs of post-COVID Latin America is systemic, so the solutions must be holistic and future-proof. Civil society organizations can help drive this effort.
Ejido Verde is a Mexican for-profit company that wants to become the world leader in pine chemicals - in a green and socially responsible way.
The region's digital divide is hindering efforts to deliver remote learning during the pandemic. Here's how governments and start-ups can make a difference.
A joint study suggests moving to a plant-based diet is key to help decarbonize Latin America and the Caribbean. 19 million new jobs could be created by the move away from animal-based foo...
Corruption has surged in Latin America alongside the pandemic. Here's how data analytics has emerged as a key weapon in the fight against this problem.
Bogotá experienced an 80% drop in atmospheric pollution during lockdown. So the Colombian capital is taking measures to improve its air quality.
The pandemic is ravaging Latin America, but it also offers an opportunity to transform the region. Here's how the financial sector can help with ESG investing.
Latin America has been hit hard by COVID-19 - but the crisis has shown the way forward for the region's health systems, too.
Here are three areas to focus on.
Latin American leaders are tackling the disproportionate economic impact of COVID-19 on women through policies and initiatives to accelerate gender parity.
The U.N. appeal aims to help 63 less economically developed countries, mainly in Latin America and Africa. Aid chief Mark Lowcock said coronavirus support has been 'grossly inadequate'.
In post-COVID Latin America, investment in infrastructure can bring back tourism as well as rebuild the economy, says a new World Economic Forum report.
Countries hard hit by COVID, like those in some parts of Latin America, will need to take travellers' new concerns into account as borders reopen.