From Bows & Arrows to Laptops

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Equipe de Conservaçao de Amazôñia

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From Bows & Arrows to Laptops

  1. 1. III Encuentro Internacional de TIC en la Cooperación el Desarrollo III International Meeting of ICT for Development Cooperation From Bows & Arrows to Laptops
  2. 2. Limitaciones y capacidades: Mission Mision y Vision “The mission of the Amazon Conservation Team is to work in partnership with indigenous people in conserving biodiversity, health and culture in tropical America by combining traditional knowledge with the latest science and technology.”
  3. 3. Ethnomapping
  4. 4. Ethnomapping
  5. 5. Mapping Suriname 1999-2010 10 million hectares Xingu Park 2001-2004 2.7 million hectares Tumucumaque Park 2002 4.2 million hectares Surui 2006 & 2009 242,000 hectares Diahui 2009 40,000 hectares Kaxuyana 2009 1.2 million hectares Wai Wai 2009-2010 9.6 million hectares
  6. 6. III Encuentro Internacional de TIC en la Cooperación el Desarrollo III International Meeting of ICT for Development Cooperation
  7. 7. III Encuentro Internacional de TIC en la Cooperación el Desarrollo III International Meeting of ICT for Development Cooperation
  8. 8. III Encuentro Internacional de TIC en la Cooperación el Desarrollo III International Meeting of ICT for Development Cooperation
  9. 9. Next Steps • Combine with scientific survey and diagnostic techniques. • Use of methodologies as a basis for Ethno-zoning, REDD/PES projects, management/protection plans, education and health programs, etc. • Training of others in how to implement this methodology. • Develop additional technological tools to increase the efficiency and reach of mapping work (Example: Google partnership).
  10. 10. Technology Partnerships http://www.visuamundo.com http://www.rhizalabs.com/ http://earth.google.com/outreach
  11. 11. Community Use • Load point features from a GPX-file • Display the features in Google Earth Plug-In • Edit the Name, Icon and Description of the points o Choose from 12 predefined Icons o Use a WYSIWYG-editor to style the HTML- CSS-balloon • Save the information as KML
  12. 12. Visualization
  13. 13. Surui Carbon Project Components: • Reforestation • REDD – “Avoided Deforestation” If the Surui forests burned today (over 600,000 acres) they would release the equivalent of ten years of Chicago’s annual carbon emissions.
  14. 14. Partners for Surui Projects
  15. 15. Carbon Credit Payments, Avoided Deforestation and REDD Partners for Surui Projects Partners: Metareila, Forest Trends, Kaninde, ACT, Aguaverde, IDESAM, Google Earth Coordination: Forest Trends REDD: IDESAM/ECODECISIONS Technical/Mapping: ACT and Google Earth Reforestation: Metareila, Aguaverde, Kaninde Partial results: Legal Framework, Governance, Technical report Next Steps: …
  16. 16. Carbon Credit Payments, Avoided Deforestation and REDD Partners for Surui Projects Partners: Metareila, Forest Trends, Kaninde, ACT, Aguaverde, IDESAM, Google Earth Coordination: Forest Trends REDD: IDESAM/ECODECISIONS Technical/Mapping: ACT and Google Earth Reforestation: Metareila, Aguaverde, Kaninde Partial results: Legal Framework, Governance, Technical report Next Steps: …
  17. 17. 2020
  18. 18. 2030
  19. 19. 2040
  20. 20. 2050
  21. 21. Surui Carbon Project Data Collection Challenges • accuracy • ease of use • speed • transparency of process/data • accessibility of results
  22. 22. Surui Carbon Project
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  28. 28. Surui Carbon Project Google Earth, other GIS Apps Easy web-based tool for composing story Many other common formats

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