Fundación para la Conservación del Bosque Chiquitano

The Foundation for the Chiquitano Forest Conservation (FCBC) is a private, nonprofit organisation formed in September 1999. The mission of the Foundation is to promote the conservation and sustainable development in the Chiquitano forest in partnerships with all relevant social actors. The FCBC is recognized for its contribution to the conservation and sustainable development of tropical dry forests.


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Ecosystem-based Adaptation

Enhancing ecosystem services to support climate adaptation.

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The EcoAdapt Project

The EcoAdapt project assisted South American communities in developing their ecosystem-based adaptation strategies.

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Water Governance and Climate Change Adaptation in Three Latin American Model Forests

This Occasional Paper presents the results of the EcoAdapt Project, a joint undertaking by four research and five civil society organizations from Europe and Latin America. 

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Integrating ecosystem- and community-based adaptation

Ecosystem- and community- based both have valuable benefits, but are often used in isolation.This article describes lessons learned from the integration of both approaches in the EcoAdapt project.

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Strategic Adaptation Plan for Araucarias del Alto Malleco

This report is a synthesis of the information gathered during 2 years of studies and stakeholder engagement in the EcoAdapt process implemented in the Model Forest Araucarias de Alto Malleco, Chile.

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EcoAdapt: Cross-site Analysis of EBA

This report summarises the results of a cross-site analysis of ecosystem-based adaptation projects in Argentina, Bolivia and Chile.

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EcoAdapt: Socio-institutional context analysis

As global warming continues many Latin American countries face critical water scarcity issues. See this study on socio-institutional context of three countries in the region.

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