A man struggles through floods in north-western Bolivia. Photo courtesy of Reuters via El País.
In some countries in Latin America, attacking nature is a crime, while in others carbon markets and other forms of trading gases harmful to the atmosphere are being encouraged. They are different measures but ones with the same objective: to confront the inevitable transformations in the climate that are being felt across the region, whether in the form of extreme meteorological phenomena such as severe storms, or in less-easily perceptible changes such as rising sea levels.
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