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Avery Resor

May 22, 2016
11:35

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Dear Jaime Guillermo Nalvarte Armas and AIDER Team,

 

Thank you for submitting your proposal to the Land Use contest. I would like to remind you that you have less than a day to complete your proposal before the deadline of May 23rd. Keep up the good work and please let us know if you have any questions.

 

Best wishes,
Avery

 

Climate CoLab Land Use Fellow


Jaime Guillermo Nalvarte Armas

May 23, 2016
11:02

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Dear Avery, 

Thank you very much for your comment. We tried to upload an image, but it was impossible. Maybe it is too big, so we've decided to leave our proposal as well as it is by now.

Thanks again.

Sincerely, 

AIDER team

 


Roberto Gutierrez

Jun 15, 2016
07:57

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Very happy to see a real and tangible proposal that contribute to the conservation of one of the most biodiversity regions on the planet , a region that is threatened by illegal mining and land use change . This proposed recovery of degraded areas through the implementation of agro-forestry plots, promises to combat threats in the region and especially to protected areas and buffer zones.


Claudia Lebel

Jun 15, 2016
08:48

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A good alternative to generate sustainable activities, promoting forest conservation in one of most biodiverse places on the planet


Manuel Velapatiño

Jul 5, 2016
03:15

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Nowadays is necessary, but complex at the same time, work with a community vision. And I can see it in this project much more because the job is developed in a Natural Protected Area. The number of players between public, private and civil society involved in this model allows an eclectic and plural approach.Developing this project correctly not only will permit that the Protected Area wins, but also the National System Of Natural Protected Areas and Perú as a country because there are environmental international compromises assumed related with climate change and conservation of biodiversity. I can also see the generating Share Value with cocoa local producers and improving of competitiveness through the cultivating and harvesting of cocoa, one commodity who have great expectations in the European and Asian Market.


Manuel Velapatiño

Jul 5, 2016
03:13

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Nowadays is necessary, but complex at the same time, work with a community vision. And I can see it in this project much more because the job is developed in a Natural Protected Area. The number of players between public, private and civil society involved in this model allows an eclectic and plural approach.

Developing this project correctly not only will permit that the Protected Area wins, but also the National System Of Natural Protected Areas and Perú as a country because there are environmental international compromises assumed related with climate change and conservation of biodiversity. I can also see the generating Share Value with cocoa local producers and improving of competitiveness through the cultivating and harvesting of cocoa, one commodity who have great expectations in the European and Asian Market.


Hemant Wagh

Jul 18, 2016
11:05

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?wouldn't biodiversity suffer with cocoa plantation..! why not attempt to restore forests with the tree types which were earlier there...!?

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