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  • 1. Sound Ecosystem Management in support of human-based adaptation
    SCAPES in San Ignacio Province, Perú
  • 2. Project Goal:
    To maintain the resilience of the ECR’s mountain and lowland forest ecosystemsand their biodiversity values to climate change.
    The methodological approach combines activities on the ground as well as policy and institutional strengthening activities.
  • 3. Policy
    work at
    district & provincial units
    Natural processes
    cross-cut
    administrative boundaries
    SCAPES
  • 4. Pressing needs in the eye of policy-makers
    28% of coffee national production
    Cacao is turning important in the low
    Land areas.
  • 5. Impact on livelihoods requires conservation and adaptation strategies
    Threats
    Impacts
    Strategies
    Conservation +
    Adaptation
  • 6. Working together: Different approaches
    Ecosystem based approach
    LANDSCAPES
    Community based approach
    PEOPLE
  • 7. Working together: vulnerability assessment
    Large scale: The Eastern Cordillera Real
    Downscaling: Landscape analysis – impact of increased temperatures on suitability
    of coffee and cacao
  • 8. Working together: Livelihood analysis
    CVCA
    Bottom Up & Top-Down
  • 9. Underlying causes of vulnerability
    Includes an assessment on:
    • Gender differentiated impact
    • 10. Traditional knowledge evidence
    • 11. Marginalization
  • Ecosystems & People approach
    Climate change affects both, ecosystems and its services as well as livelihoods.
    It is the coincidence point that could make people-centered and ecosystem-centered approaches work together complementarily, considering that people in the field recognize the importance of ecosystems for their livelihoods, especially when they significantly depend on natural resources and services provided by them.