Ambassador Of Bolivia
Ambassador Sergio Arispe is a lawyer with specialization in Public Policy and Environmental Law. He has represented Bolivia in multiple UN forums (UNFCCC, CBD, and SDGs), participating in various negotiations leading towards the Paris Accord (COP21). He’s also channelled and promoted credit line access from various multilateral financing institutions like IDB and CAF to major infrastructure projects in Bolivia.
He’s technical background has taken him from the constitutional process Bolivia went through in 2009 to addressing water shortages in 2016 with the Ministry of Water and Environment.
Bolivia presently is changing its energy matrix from fossil fuelled thermal generators to hydroelectric generation. It is keenly aware of the adaptation measures it must address, generating financial capacities to be able to be more resilient to the reality of Climate Change.
Bolivia, in this regard is keenly aware of an existing void in terms of having a true Global Climate Fund, making financing the needs, size and scope of adaptation infrastructure and technology transfer towards developing countries a pending issue.
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