Andes Regional Dialogue 2: Integrated knowledge management

Multiple Authors
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Summary

The Regional Dialogues are virtual meetings to bring science closer to policy and practice, and to outline innovative ideas on the sustainable development of the Andean mountains.

Dialogue approach:

Integrated socio-environmental monitoring is vital to understand the current territorial configuration of Andean mountain socio-ecosystems and the trends of their changes in the coming decades. Only by linking multiscale and socioecological approaches is it possible to understand new phenomena such as teleconnections, the global movement of people and raw materials, and changes in land cover and land use. The ultimate motivation is for data to be incorporated into planning tools and decision making processes, hence the need to network and adequately communicate results.

Key contributions of this dialogue:

  • Present the state of the art of integration between social and environmental monitoring in the Andes.
  • Share innovations such as the concept of long-term learning sites.
  • Share regional experiences.

April 4 2024 | 8:30-10:30 (GMT-5) Quito Lima Bogotá

Agenda

8:30-8:35 – Brief introduction by the organizing team

8:35-9:10 – Opening conference: State of the art of socio-environmental monitoring in the Andes (25 min + 10 min Q&A) – Ezequiel Aráoz, IER

9:10-9:50

  • Flash talk 1Integrated Monitoring of High Mountain Socio-ecosystems in Colombia (10 min) Camilo Rodríguez, Instituto Humboldt
  • Flash talk 2 – Land Degradation Observatories in Ecuador (10 min) Manuel Peralvo, CONDESAN
  • Flash talk 3 – Progress in continental monitoring (10 min) Luis Daniel Llambí, CONDESAN
  • Flash talk 4 – Proposal for the creation of a continental observatory network, ROSA (10 min) Julieta Carilla, IER

9:50-10:20 – Q&A and discussion with speakers and the general public – Moderator: Petra Wallem, Centro de Ecología Aplicada y Sustentabilidad

10:20-10:30 – Final thoughts, next steps and closing remarks – Luis D. Llambí, CONDESAN

To learn more about the dialogues and access the presentation materials please visit the event page or download the event brochure on the right-hand side.

Registration details

The dialogue is open to anyone interested, no registration required! A Zoom link to access the event will be added soon.

Language: Spanish