Current state of climate change policies and adaptation strategies in the Andes: A multi-sectoral view from the mountains
A new regional study on the current state of climate change policies and adaptation strategies in the Andes shows the achievements in seven Andean countries, and raises future prospects.
Mountain Governance Dialogue: Andean platform and regional / intergovernmental programs work together to strengthen the Andean Mountain Initiative
This event recognised governance experiences of platforms in mountain areas of the world, identified opportunities for synergies at the regional and global level, and identified opportunities and collected inputs for strengthening the Andean Mountain Initiative through exchanges and training.
This publication seeks to provide insights into the complex migration processes and the resulting opportunities and challenges for mountain communities and regions.
Safer lives and livelihoods in mountains: Making the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction work for sustainable mountain development
This publication highlights 15 cases of good practice in development and applied research from mountain regions, and illustrates how the Sendai Framework’s four priorities can be put into practice.
This paper describes the development of an international participative network of Peruvian, Bolivian and German partners to investigate climate change impacts on small farmers in the Andes mountains.
The project will focus mainly on human subsistence systems by assessing food security and human health in Bolivia.