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ESTRATEGIA DE MANEJO EN EL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO: PARQUE NACIONAL CERROS DE AMOTAPE Y RESERVA NACIONAL DE TUMBES

La presente investigación realizada en la parte noroccidental de Perú, tiene como objetivo determinar las amenazas y generar las estrategias de manejo para las dos áreas naturales protegidas en estudio (Parque Nacional Cerros de Amotape, Reserva Nacional de Tumbes) que incorporen el componente del cambio climático,implementando todos los esfuerzos necesarios para que los ecosistemas mantengan su resiliencia y que se haga un esfuerzo pro-activo que contribuya a mantener la “materia
prima” de estos importantes ecosistemas.

Global Call SCBD-IDLO Capacity Building Establishing Measures to Implement the Nagoya Protocol

I am pleased to inform you that the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) in partnership with the Secretariat has launched the second phase of a capacity-building programme to support the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) with the financial supp

Access and benefits sharing

Private Protected Areas: Legal Framework for Pumalin Park (Chile) I IUCN

The Pumalin Park Nature Sanctuary is the first large-scale private environmental conservation project in
Chile. It covers a natural area containing fjords, glaciers and pristine forests in the Chilean Patagonia.
It began as an initiative by American entrepreneur Douglas Tompkins, who in 1994 purchased
approximately 300,000 hectares of primeval forest-covered land in Patagonia to protect the area and
use it for ecotourism.

Producing Bird-Friendly Beef Across The South American Grasslands

Many migratory birds begin their odyssey in the North American prairies, ending in the wintering sites of the Pampas grasslands. Also called the ‘Southern Cone’, these grasslands naturally extend across the entire territory of Uruguay, and parts of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Despite being of global importance for biodiversity, around 60% of their area has been replaced with other land uses.

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