The SDSN has a robust presence in the Americas’ region, convening the Science Panel for the Amazon; developing U.S. decarbonization pathways; and collaborating with the SDG centers in Colombia and the Governments of Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil on regional and subnational indices. The SDSN also has nine national and regional networks based in the Americas, encompassing 45+ countries and territories working on localizing and mobilizing support for the SDGs. Networks include: SDSN Andes, SDSN Amazon, SDSN Bolivia, SDSN Brazil, SDSN Canada, SDSN Caribbean, SDSN Chile, SDSN Mexico, and SDSN United States.