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Contribuciones potenciales de la infraestructura preincaica de infiltración de agua para la seguridad hídrica en los Andes
A nivel mundial, los recursos hídricos están sometidos a un fuerte estrés producto de la creciente variabilidad climática y las presiones ejercidas por el ser humano. En los Andes tropicales, las culturas preincaicas desarrollaron tecnologías de siembra y cosecha de agua basadas en la naturaleza para manejar los riesgos de sequías en climas naturales extremos. […]By Boris F. Ochoa-Tocachi, Juan D. Bardales, Javier Antiporta, Katya Pérez, Luis Acosta, Feng Mao, Zed Zulkafli, Junior Gil-Ríos, Oscar Angulo, Sam Grainger, Gena Gammie, Bert De Bièvre y Wouter Buytaert
Five Things We Can Do in the Next 24 Months to Mobilize Major Investments in Ecosystem Restoration and Climate Resilience
In the next decade, the world will probably see the biggest ecological restoration effort in history. We have seen a recent wave of major commitments to large-scale landscape restoration. In pursuit of natural climate solutions and the Sustainable Development Goals, nearly $1.5 billion was pledged by donors in the fall of 2018 in the wake […]
Financing Emissions Reductions for the Future
Ecosystem Marketplace was initially created to improve transparency and price discovery in the voluntary space, as there is no centralized system for transacting voluntary carbon credits. Between 2006 and 2018, our team has annually distributed surveys to our network of project developers, investors, retailers, and brokers to collect confidential information about their voluntary carbon offset […]
To stabilize the forest frontier, we need to invest directly in the communities living there. Indigenous and traditional communities control one-third of remaining tropical forests. In the Amazon, the largest tropical forest on the globe, they own 210 million hectares (or some 519 million acres). As a direct result of their stewardship, deforestation rates are […]
RT @PROAmazoniaEC: El Programa de formación en Gobernanza Territorial Indigena, continua con el cuarto módulo sobre planes de vida. Es… https://t.co/vAezjagKaZ
Over the past 20 years, Forest Trends has provided key info, connections, capacity building, and technical assistan… twitter.com/i/web/status/12048…
RT @restoreforward: In Ethiopia, planting trees is fighting climate change by helping boost farmers’ yields, holding water in the soil,… https://t.co/wIOddfkXPd
RT @WWF_Peru: Los representantes Wrays Pérez y Pamuk del pueblo indígena Wampis exigen a los países que reduzcan sus emisiones… https://t.co/cjdd6By47V
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