[World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought] 4 info graphics that highlight the importance of sustainable land management

To commemorate the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the regional Andes Resilient to Climate Change project and Ecuador’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Ecological Transition (MAATE) designed a series of illustrated info graphics and posted them on MAATE’s social media to bring to the fore the importance of sustainable land management, and measures that help in adapting to climate change.

The info graphics were posted on the launch date of the National Drought Plan, which is a milestone for reaching the climate objectives of Ecuador’s Nationally Determined Contributions.

The Andes Resilient project will continue to work with MAATE on strengthening capacities and on adaptation to climate change measures in the most vulnerable Andean populations.

We share the info graphics:

Info graphic 1

Climate change accelerates land degradation processes, which in turn releases CO2 into the atmosphere, generating a vicious circle that increases the negative impacts of both global issues.

Info graphic 2

On a national scale, we have implemented 14 types of climate change adaptation and sustainable land management measures to reduce the impacts of drought, land degradation and climate change.

Info graphic 3

The implementation of sustainable land management and climate change adaptation measures allows us to respond to the fulfillment of the #NDC_Ec objectives and neutral land degradation targets.

Info graphic 4

The National Drought Plan seeks to prepare Ecuador to face drought and promote public policy tools for the comprehensive management of this phenomenon.

Source: Andes Resilient to Climate Change

Andes Resilient to Climate Change is a regional project promoted by the Global Climate Change and Environment Programme of Swiss Cooperation SDC and facilitated by the HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation and Avina Foundation consortium, in partnership with the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and in strategic alliance with the International Fund for Agricultural

Links of interest:
Brochure Proyecto Regional Andes Resilientes al Cambio Climático – Ecuador
Fact sheet Regional Project: Resilient Andes to Climate Change
Facebook Regional Project: Resilient Andes to Climate Change

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