Argentina is a member of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and a signatory to the Paris Agreement. The country submitted its third national communication in 2015 and Nationally Determined Contributions in 2015, which it revised in 2016. Argentina’s NDC identified energy, agriculture, disaster risk management, and conservation and biodiversity as priorities for adaptation. In 2016, the country issued a national decree that established a National Climate Change Cabinet that is composed of thematic areas, that report to a group of 12 ministries lead by the Chief of Cabinet (Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development). Thematic areas include adaptation, agriculture and forestry, energy, financing, among others. This Cabinet also includes connections with civil society and non-governmental sectors. As of 2017, Argentina developed two preliminary climate change development plans for agriculture and industry as well as three national action plans for transportation, energy, and forestry. Argentina has also invested in disaster risk management and early warning systems. The country is working on a National Adaptation Plan as part of a larger effort to develop a national climate change response plan. Each of these policies and plans contain sector-specific adaptation plans. The Government of Argentina also created a Direction of Adaptation in 2015, which is tasked with identifying and addressing adaptation needs, including the development of a National Adaptation Plan by 2019 (NDC, 2016).