Synergies between the Convention on Biological Diversity and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change from an international agenda perspective

Biodiversidad en la Práctica

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Title Synergies between the Convention on Biological Diversity and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change from an international agenda perspective
Sinergias entre la Convención sobre Diversidad Biológica y la Convención Marco de Naciones Unidas sobre el cambio climático desde una perspectiva de la agenda internacional
 
Creator Vélez Crismatt, María Claudia
Gómez Martínez, Juan Sebastián
 
Subject
High Andean wetlands; Socioecological systems; Cattle raising systems; Climate variability; Resilience; Adaptive management


Acuerdos multilaterales ambientales; Enfoques top-down & bottom-up; Gobernanza ambiental

 
Description The Sibundoy Valley, an area of great environmental and social importance, is located in the Amazonian slopes of the eastern Andes of Colombia in the department of Putumayo. In order to analyze the changes brought about by the development of the cattle-raising industry, a socioecological model was devised. This model included structural variables, states, and trajectories of change for the period of 1980 - 2010. We found that in the early 1980s the territory had a low degree of disturbance (95%of natural wetlands remained), and during the late 80s, when a drainage district was created, cattle became the most important economic activity. Over time this intervention generated strong environmental change: by 2010 the region had increased its vulnerability and lost its resilience to climate variability, as manifested in the extreme 2010 climatic events that caused strong negative impacts on the economy of the region. Based on the model developed, guidelines for adaptive management are proposed.
El siguiente documento presenta una revisión de las sinergias existentes entre los acuerdos multilaterales ambientales de cambio climático y el Convenio sobre Diversidad Biológica, demostrando cómo la Agenda 2030 se ha convertido en el eje articulador de las acciones para el desarrollo sostenible. Al final expone los retos existentes a la hora de materializar el trabajo conjunto entre los diferentes acuerdos multilaterales.
 
Publisher Editorial Instituto Alexander Von Humboldt
 
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Date 2019-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revistas.humboldt.org.co/index.php/BEP/article/view/697
 
Source Biodiversidad en la Práctica (BEP); Vol. 4, Núm. 1 (2019); 141-149
Biodiversidad en la Práctica; Vol. 4, Núm. 1 (2019); 141-149
2619-3124
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revistas.humboldt.org.co/index.php/BEP/article/view/697/564
 
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Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt
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