The European Union's (EU) EUROCLIMA climate change cooperation programme with Latin America has published four publications that aim to provide guidance to Latin American governments as they design mitigation and adaptation strategies and policies.
- The Climate Change and Risk Management: Vulnerability Analysis of Coastal Marine Infrastructures in Latin America guide sets out a methodology for analyzing coastal marine infrastructure vulnerability at national, sub-national and local levels.
- Best Practices for Adaptation to Climate Change in Rural Latin America: Options and Lessons from the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach synthesizes the expected impacts of climate change on agriculture, biodiversity and water resources in rural Latin America and inventories adaptation measures used by 55 projects among 18 countries.
- The Climate Change and Soil Degradation in Latin America: Scenarios, Policies and Responses guide: estimates soil degradation in Latin America; analyzes the region's vulnerability to climate-induced soil degradation; and inventories country policies, plans and instruments to combat soil degradation linked to climate change.
- The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in Urban Areas: Tools and Successful Experiences in Latin America guide presents tools for developing NAMAs and highlights lessons learned from successful mitigation experiences from across Latin America.