Learn about how the Andes Resilientes project, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Water, and Ecological Transition (MAATE), is spearheading a transformative initiative within the framework of the National Climate Financing Strategy (EFIC) to tailor financial products for the unique needs of climate-vulnerable agriculture.
Explore an analysis of available information on the vulnerability of hydrographic basins to climate change at the Andean continental level. The study analyzes seven basins, one for each Andean country, an includes a situational diagnosis and recommendations for reducing climate vulnerability in the Andes, as well as the identification of knowledge gaps and priority work issues for adaptation in the region.
Learn more about NAPs through this series of webinars organized by the Climate Change Resilient Andes covering Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru, also bringing in experience from other regions, giving unique opportunities to exchange experiences, perspectives, and lessons learned on adaptation and MEL.
Why, despite the essential role mountains play in enabling countries and regions adapt to climate change, reduce disaster risks and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, are mountain communities often left behind economically and politically? Learn more in this issue brief.
Good governance was a key element in generating a social and political context favourable to the sustainable management of Andean forest landscapes. This article explains how the Andean Forests Program supported this.