[PUBLICATIONS] We capitalize on knowledge

Through our publications we share the knowledge and experiences we have gained from the different projects we have been promoting through Programas Globales de los Andes (Global Andean Programs) on water and climate change.

 

These are the publications issued in the framework of the Support to Climate Change and Andean Forest Management Project. Have a good reading!

SUPPORT TO CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Climate change mitigation and adaptation experiences. National and international case study

The Support to Climate Change Management Project provides success stories which seek to provide responses to the need to make clear and efficient institutional arrangements for climate change management in Peru. (PDF)

Water Storage Infrastructure

It provides a proposal for the structured implementation of the water storage adaptation measure in Arequipa. The water storage pilot intervention for adaptation to climate change seeks to provide decision makers with the tools to develop a management model for the implementation of a climate change policy, and their respective complex processes of interinstitutional coordination. (PDF)

Distributed generation with solar panels

It provides a proposal for the structured implementation of distributed generation mitigation with solar panels in Arequipa. The pilot intervention for the distributed generation mitigation with solar panels seeks to provide decision makers with the tools to develop a management model for the implementation of a climate change policy and their respective complex processes of interinstitutional coordination. (PDF)

ANDEAN FORESTS

“Sacha Tarpuy”, Managed Forest Program in the Apurímac Region

It systematizes Sacha Tarpuy advances and innovations. It seeks to provide advice for new forest plantation projects in the Andean region, particularly for those who, in addition to tree planting, are seeking to preserve water -a vital resource for communities living in the highest parts of the Andes- but also for those living at each intervention basin. (PDF)

Contribution of traditional Andean knowledge to Andean reforestation

Traditional knowledge refers to the cumulative general and technical knowledge maintained, tested and applied by peoples for millennia, which guide local societies’ interaction with the surrounding environment (Chianese 2016). In the particular case of Andean ancestral cultures, they did not use writing, therefore, they transferred their traditional knowledge to the next generations through oral tradition (CINDITEL 2012). (PDF)

Traditional knowledge and forest fires

It outlines traditional Andean knowledge about the impact of fire on tree species in the association of communities Saywite Choquequirao Ampay, Apurímac-Peru Region. (PDF)

Useful links:
Support to Climate Change Management Project, ficha de proyecto (Project Sheet), Embassy of Switzerland, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation COSUDE
Web Support to Climate Change Management Project

Andean Forests, ficha de proyecto (Project Sheet), Embassy of Switzerland, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation COSUDE
Web Andean Forest Program
Video Andean Forest Program

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