The Forum currently consists of four regional networks and several national platforms which together represent more than 200 civil society organizations in America.
In the last four years, the Mesoamerican Climate Justice Campaign (CMJC), the Regional Coalition for Risk Management (CRGR), the Observatory for Sustainability (SUSWATCH) and the Central American Indigenous Council (CICA) and the national networks in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, have contributed to the discussion, analysis and construction of proposals, compared to the adverse impacts of climate change in the region.
This regional space has become a strategic benchmark is intended to serve as an example for the member governments of the Central American Integration System (SICA), who can not even articulate effectively in international negotiations on climate change.
On this occasion, adopted a Charter of Understanding and Wide Work Agenda, which identifies risks and to guide the efforts of organizations-members of the Forum. He sat in the priorities, the issues of sovereignty and food security and nutrition, access to drinking water, extractive industries, clean energy, climate change and biodiversity, among others.
Finally, it was agreed that the venue for the V Regional Meeting takes place in Nicaragua in 2014, under the coordination of the Nicaraguan Alliance on Climate Change.
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