investigadora ambiental
Published on 24-02-2015

(Spanish) El 65% de investigadores ambientales son mujeres

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  • pob indigenas
    Published on 19-11-2014

    Securing rights, combating climate change. How strengthening community forest rights mitigates climate change

    The international community agrees on the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. With 13 million hectares of forest cleared every year, at a rate of 50 soccer fields a minute, such efforts are critical to curbing climate change before it reaches a...

  • ojo final
    The World Moves Forward
    Published on 19-11-2014

    Eye on climate change. Call for data visualizations on climate change

    The Twentieth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP20) to be held in Lima, Peru calls for data visualizations on climate change in the following topics: Mountains, Glaciers and Water Resources Forests Sustainable Cities Energy Oceans Indigenous...

  • Mountains and Water
    Published on 19-11-2014

    Birds and climate change in the Peruvian Tropical Andes

    Photo by Dietmar Reigber  By Oscar Gonzalez, Biologist, M.Sc. Ecology Doctoral Candidate Tropical mountain ecosystems are highly vulnerable to climate change, especially elfin forests lie between the limits of altitude montane forests and higher altitude Puna grasslands. Climate change impacts on...

  • bosque 18
    Published on 18-11-2014 / Videos

    Forest monitoring and alert system

    Global Forest Watch (GFW)  is a dynamic online forest monitoring and alert system that empowers people everywhere to better manage forests. Source:

  • tierras
    Published on 18-11-2014 / Infography

    Restoring land productivity in the high jungle

    Source: Soluciones Prácticas info tierras