Consortium for Sustainable Development of the Andean Ecoregion | Land Portal
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Acronym: 
CONDESAN
Phone number: 
+51 16189400

Emplacement

Ref. Puerta Nro.3 del Centro Internacional de la Papa
Av. La Molina 1895
Lima
Pérou
PE
Working languages: 
espagnol

Mission

At CONDESAN we are committed to sustainable management of natural resources contributing in that way to overcome poverty in the Andes region. For this purpose, we generate and share information and knowledge on the environment and Andean rural societies. We foster processes for strengthening Andean human and institutional capital in order to have new sustainable development leaders in the Andes. We also foster collective dialogue processes that result in recommendations on public policy at the national and sub-national levels. Since it was founded in 1993, CONDESAN has consolidated its position as an important Andean platform for issues related to natural resource management and sustainable development, particularly in water and watershed management.

Consortium for Sustainable Development of the Andean Ecoregion Resources

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Library Resource

Mecanismos Para Compartir Beneficios: Una introduccio?n para la planificacio?n e implementacio?n

mai, 2014
Bolivie, Colombie, Équateur, Pérou, Amérique du Sud

BENEFIT-SHARING MECHANISMS

Water is essential for all human life and the ecosystems that support us. Water is a fundamental human right - socially, economically and culturally important.

For communities living in the Andean and Amazonian regions, this is especially true. Today these communities are facing three major water challenges as they fight to reduce poverty and protect their environment:

- Widespread land degradation, water pollution and climate change are reducing the availability, quality and reliability of water resources.

Library Resource
Multimédia
janvier, 2014
Chili, Bolivie, Colombie, Équateur, Pérou, Amérique du Sud

An introductory video to Benefit-Sharing Machanisms. Discover how Benefit-Sharing Mechanisms (BSMs) work to redistribute the costs and benefits of a healthy watershed equitably amongst everyone.

Library Resource
décembre, 2013
Chili, Bolivie, Colombie, Équateur, Pérou, Amérique du Sud

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