Drivers in the Andes      Bert De Bievre, Miguel Saravia, Luis Acosta             Chiang Mai, september 2011
Relevantconditions in Andes
Important drivers in      Andes
Important drivers in Andes (1)Urbanization: drastic increase in urban population, ruralpopulation more or less stable. Cau...
Important drivers in Andes (2)Free trade agreements boost agroindustry for export, but largedifferences between countries
Important drivers in Andes (3)Land degradation: loss of regulation capacity in mountaincatchments                     Sour...
Important drivers in Andes (3)                                                       LAGUNA YANACOCHA    UBICACIÓN (Compos...
Important drivers in Andes (3)
Important drivers in Andes (4)Climate change: vertical altitudinal moves certain, everythingelse very uncertain
Important drivers in Andes (4)                 Climate change: vertical altitudinal moves certain, everything             ...
Highlightingsome Responses   in Andes
Responses (1) Urbanization: focus on catchments supplying water to  large cities (e.g. water funds), campaigning for  red...
Responses (2) Agroindustry: Interest for catchment, very recent (!),  especially Peru Example: Design of PES in Rio Cañe...
Responses (3) Land degradation: conservation of critical ecosystems  (paramo, puna wetlands), in lower areas little respo...
Responses (4) Climate change: adaptation actions Whole lot of projects, governmental at national and local scale,  and n...
Responses (5) From Payment for Environmental Services to  Benefit Sharing:   Inventory shows that few cases in Andes    ...
Contacts:bert.debievre@condesan.orgmiguel.saravia@condesan.orgwww.condesan.org
Global Drivers - Andes Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Global Drivers - Andes Presentation

316
-1

Published on

Presentation made at the

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
316
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Extremely variable conditions People, cities at high and low altitudes …
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • Free trade agreements: the clearest case is the export agriculture in the deserts of Peruvian coast. Climate change: vertical moves clearest driver, much clearer than changes in total rainfall, or precipitation patterns
  • -
  • -
  • -
  • -
  • -
  • -
  • Global Drivers - Andes Presentation

    1. 1. Drivers in the Andes Bert De Bievre, Miguel Saravia, Luis Acosta Chiang Mai, september 2011
    2. 2. Relevantconditions in Andes
    3. 3. Important drivers in Andes
    4. 4. Important drivers in Andes (1)Urbanization: drastic increase in urban population, ruralpopulation more or less stable. Causes geographicalconcentration of water demand Source: Presentation “Water Management and Climate Change”, by Axel Dourojeanni, Lima 2010. Source: Estrategia Andina para GIRH, CAN 2010.
    5. 5. Important drivers in Andes (2)Free trade agreements boost agroindustry for export, but largedifferences between countries
    6. 6. Important drivers in Andes (3)Land degradation: loss of regulation capacity in mountaincatchments Source: Wouter Buytaert, 2010.
    7. 7. Important drivers in Andes (3) LAGUNA YANACOCHA UBICACIÓN (Composit 1999) ANTES DE LAS OPERACIONES MINERAS (1992) Proyecto Proye cto Ì Maqu i Ma qui Yanacocha Norte Ì # Ì Proyecto Ì Yanacocha Sur Ì Proyecto Proyecto Pr oyecto CarachugoÌ Cerro Negro La Quinua Ubicación antigua Laguna Yanacocha AHORA (2006) Cajamarca N
    8. 8. Important drivers in Andes (3)
    9. 9. Important drivers in Andes (4)Climate change: vertical altitudinal moves certain, everythingelse very uncertain
    10. 10. Important drivers in Andes (4) Climate change: vertical altitudinal moves certain, everything else very uncertain Región A1B.1039 Región A1B.4069 Pérdida Pérdida 400 Estable Estable 300 Ganancia Ganancia 300 200 200 Area(Km )) 22Area(Km 100 100 0 0 -100 -100 GCr Par PnH PnX BMs BMsd Arb PrP GCr Par PnH PnX BMs BMsd Arb PrP Projected changes in ecosystems area: the higher ecosystems only loose, the lower ones loose and gain (Cuesta et al., 2010)
    11. 11. Highlightingsome Responses in Andes
    12. 12. Responses (1) Urbanization: focus on catchments supplying water to large cities (e.g. water funds), campaigning for reduction of demand, large infrastructure to bring in water from further away.
    13. 13. Responses (2) Agroindustry: Interest for catchment, very recent (!), especially Peru Example: Design of PES in Rio Cañete basin
    14. 14. Responses (3) Land degradation: conservation of critical ecosystems (paramo, puna wetlands), in lower areas little response
    15. 15. Responses (4) Climate change: adaptation actions Whole lot of projects, governmental at national and local scale, and non-governmental Nothing really new:  Integrated Water Resources Management  Integrated Catchment Management  Typically reforestation with low positive hydrological impact or even negative impact
    16. 16. Responses (5) From Payment for Environmental Services to Benefit Sharing:  Inventory shows that few cases in Andes meet criteria to be Payment for Environmental Services  Large variety of Benefit Sharing Mechanisms  Strong resistance to PES in countries like Ecuador and Bolivia, now almost forbidden by law
    17. 17. Contacts:bert.debievre@condesan.orgmiguel.saravia@condesan.orgwww.condesan.org
    1. A particular slide catching your eye?

      Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

    ×