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Importance of Sustainability in
Perú’s Natural Protected Areas
Zara Sánchez
SERNANP
PERU
Peru, a mountain country
• Andes Mountains define the
three regions traditionally
used to describe Peru´s
geography: coast...
Natural Protected Areas (ANP)
Biome Ecorregion Ecorregion´s cover
in natural protected
area
Glaciers and ANP
• PN Huascarán (Áncash)
• ZR Cordillera Huayhuash (Áncash, Huánuco y Lima)
• SN Ampay (Apurimac)
• RN Sal...
Huascaran National Park
• Established on 1st march, 1975
• Located in Ancash – Perú
• 1 155,800.00 ha
• Biosphere Reserve ...
Management model of Natural Protected Areas
Delimited space Authority
Space to make
agreements
Planning
document
Managemen...
Planning ANP and Climate change
Population of
vicunas
Poaching
Areas under
control
Chaccu
Construir micro presas
Personal
...
Planning in Huascaran
• Model
Infiltración /
ACUÍFERO
Working groups – Public Participation
Grassland Management
• Livestock of sheeps, cattle
and south american
camelids.
• Au...
Working groups - Public Participation
Tourism
• Use of donkeys increase soil
compaction.
• Promote use of llamas
• Two kin...
Working group - Public Participation
Mining
• 36 mining concession
before 1975.
Interest group – Public Participation
Grassland Management Solid Waste Management
Tourism Research
Mining
Committee of Man...
THANK YOU
SERNANP and
Huascaran National Park Staff
Zara.sanchezm@gmail.com
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Zara Sanchez - Importance of Sustainability in Peru's Natural Protected Areas

  1. 1. Importance of Sustainability in Perú’s Natural Protected Areas Zara Sánchez SERNANP PERU
  2. 2. Peru, a mountain country • Andes Mountains define the three regions traditionally used to describe Peru´s geography: coast, highlands y jungle. • Peru maintain 70% of tropical glaciers in the world • In 1948 -1970, Cordillera Blanca have registered a regression between 50 and 150 m
  3. 3. Natural Protected Areas (ANP) Biome Ecorregion Ecorregion´s cover in natural protected area
  4. 4. Glaciers and ANP • PN Huascarán (Áncash) • ZR Cordillera Huayhuash (Áncash, Huánuco y Lima) • SN Ampay (Apurimac) • RN Salinas y Aguada Blanca (Arequipa) • SH Machupicchu (Cusco) • BP Pui Pui (Junín) • RP Nor Yauyos Cochas (Lima y Junín) • RP Subcuenca del Cotahuasi (Arequipa)
  5. 5. Huascaran National Park • Established on 1st march, 1975 • Located in Ancash – Perú • 1 155,800.00 ha • Biosphere Reserve Huascaran, Recognized by UNESCO in 1977
  6. 6. Management model of Natural Protected Areas Delimited space Authority Space to make agreements Planning document Management resourceResearchTourisim Comité de gestión “Agreement Space” Working Groups Jefatura del ANP Objetives Visión Strategies Agreements” Participatory Management Planning Initial conditions Expected conditions Implement Monitoring Management Cycle
  7. 7. Planning ANP and Climate change Population of vicunas Poaching Areas under control Chaccu Construir micro presas Personal Equipment Operative expenses Primary productivity Of Grasslands License Patrol Objetive ( 5 years) Precipitation - + + + + + +
  8. 8. Planning in Huascaran • Model Infiltración / ACUÍFERO
  9. 9. Working groups – Public Participation Grassland Management • Livestock of sheeps, cattle and south american camelids. • Authorization of activities within the ANP Solid Waste Management • Throw of litter on roads • Grassland users help with waste management
  10. 10. Working groups - Public Participation Tourism • Use of donkeys increase soil compaction. • Promote use of llamas • Two kinds of tourists: a) Conventional, nationals and b) Adventure, foreigners • ASAM: “Associations of high mountain” • 10% of tickets is for improving waste management and tourism conditions Research • “ROUTE TO CLIMATE CHANGE” – Pastoruti – Climate change transformed tourism, and affect incomes of 200 family • 03 infrastructures to give them in research concesion.
  11. 11. Working group - Public Participation Mining • 36 mining concession before 1975.
  12. 12. Interest group – Public Participation Grassland Management Solid Waste Management Tourism Research Mining Committee of Management
  13. 13. THANK YOU SERNANP and Huascaran National Park Staff Zara.sanchezm@gmail.com

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