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Camila Rodríguez Taylor

Camila is a Consultant in the Climate Change team at IDB Invest, where she joined in 2019. She is responsible for supporting the development of climate-smart investments in the Agribusiness sector. Before joining the IDB Group, Camila worked for the Ministry of Agroindustry and the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of Argentina. She developed project proposals for the Green Climate Fund, and designed and implemented mitigation and adaptation projects in the agricultural sector. She has more than nine years of experience in climate-smart agriculture, carbon footprints, sustainable finance, and climate resilience. Camila holds a master's degree in Environmental Management with a specialization in Climate Change from the School of Environmental Studies at Yale University (USA). Camila has a degree in environmental engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina.

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Agrophotovoltaics: A Double Opportunity for Latin America and the Caribbean

Agrophotovoltaic production combines crop growing and/or animal husbandry practices underneath ground-mounted solar panels. By generating renewable energy, conserving water and making an efficient use of resources, it can open the way for a low-carbon, climate change-resilient future.

Addressing Climate Change while Building Resilience in Agriculture

The dual need for adaptation and mitigation investments requires an innovative approach. Blended finance and advisory services can offer a fresh start.

Climate Action Beyond Net Zero Emissions: the Challenge of Adaptation

Climate risks are rising. To limit or avoid climate impacts companies must embed adaptation into their climate strategies and invest in resilience. Adaptation finance and advisory services are key to drive climate resilience in the private sector.

Regenerative Agriculture Offers Fresh Solutions for Latin America & the Caribbean

Regenerative agriculture aims to catalyze ecological restoration, going beyond sustainable. It comprises holistic management that fosters soil regeneration, increased productivity and biological diversity, animal welfare, as well as farm and community economics. Blended finance resources and advisory services are key to catalyze innovative regenerative business models.

Three Ways In Which the Tourism Industry Can Help Build Climate Resilience in the Caribbean

As the Caribbean emerges from the pandemic, tourism stakeholders can embrace initiatives to increase climate change resilience through a focus on the environment, local communities, and value chains.