Learn about the losses and damages mountain regions are incurring as a result of climate change in this case study from the 2023 Adaptation Gap Report.
Explore an analysis of available information on the vulnerability of hydrographic basins to climate change at the Andean continental level. The study analyzes seven basins, one for each Andean country, an includes a situational diagnosis and recommendations for reducing climate vulnerability in the Andes, as well as the identification of knowledge gaps and priority work issues for adaptation in the region.
The experiences and results of the Andean Forest Program for the dissemination of key information about Andean forests are described in this article.
The article describes the experience of Andean Forest Program with several finance mechanisms and identifies remaining challenges for the future.
Mountain forests management and its relationship with Andean population well-being: The experience of the Andean Forests Program
The article analyzes how the actions promoted by the Andean Forests Programcontributed to the well-being and resilience of the population in its intervention sites.
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.
The Andean Forests virtual reality platform provides a tour of 14 forest landscapes in four South American countries. It aims to be used in an educational context.
This dissertation explores how adaptation is studied in mountain systems as well as what we know about and might do to address growing adaptation needs in high mountain communities.
The local organizations and peasant farmer communities of Apurimac hold activities to protect springs, plant native trees and build ccochas (artisanal reservoirs) to improve water regulation.