Many factors lie behind observed gender gaps in labor market outcomes in Latin American and the Caribbean. But one remains largely invisible: transport and urban mobility.
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Disruptive and unpredictable weather patterns cause more droughts and floods, rising sea levels, and environmental contamination.
It is proven that green spaces generate multiple benefits that improve our overall wellbeing.
Using the bicycle, instead of motorized vehicles, to move around our cities is becoming more and more popular around the world.
To fully unlock the employment potential of the energy transition, we must delve deeper into the factors that drive this hiring process.
Public consultation with those impacted by a project/operation contribute to sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Learn to plan them in a simple way.
In the Argentine Patagonia the program for small and middle sized businesses(SME) in the San Jorge Gulf, citizens and academia work together with the private sector.
Evidence shows that planning for effective citizen participation has direct effects in project resources.
The STEM labor market will face a worker deficit in 10 years. Greater participation from women could cover the demand and generate economic growth.
The rapid urbanization process observed in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), during the last decades has posed multiple challenges to the region and caused great contrasts