Servicio Evangélico para el Desarrollo

SEPADE is a private ecumenical institution, with 37 years of experience in areas related to management and development of social, educational, cultural and productive projects. Our legal status corresponds to a private nonprofit corporation located in Chile, where we endeavor to contribute to the building of an inclusive society. Currently, our actions are developed in Araucanía, Biobío and Metropolitan regions, through the implementation of
three main programs: citizen participation, innovation in education and promotion of small productive undertakings.

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Ecosystem-based Adaptation

Enhancing ecosystem services to support climate adaptation.

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Adaptation for future water security in forest landscapes

This paper aimed to identify conditions that can facilitate local adaptation planning for future water security, accounting for the socio-institutional context.

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EcoAdapt

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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Estudio de la historia del paisaje en la región de la Araucanía

Este documento recopila el análisis histórico de los cambios producidos en los paisajes de las comunas de Curacautín y Lonquimay, región de La Araucanía, Chile, en el periodo de 1850 -2013. 

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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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