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Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA)

FFLA works in social and environmental conflict management, promotes multi-stakeholder dialogue and works on innovative governance models. They support the right of citizens to have a voice and participate actively in decision-making processes that affect the quality of life of populations as a way to achieve sustainable solutions to long-term structural problems, like poverty.

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FEATURE: Water security in a changing climate – Prospects in the Peruvian Amazon

Researchers from the Climate Resilient Cities in Latin America initiative have worked with local communities and government to reveal how water resources will run short in a sub-basin of the Amazon River – and how reforesting and protecting the land can provide long-term solutions.


PUBLICACIÓN: participación y diálogo efectivos para un desarrollo compatible con el clima

Este documento aborda la importancia de los procesos de diálogo y participación en los proyectos que promueven el Desarrollo Compatible con el Clima (DCC), analizando la experiencia de CDKN en América Latina y el Caribe.

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INSIDE STORY: Assessing carbon and water footprints in Andean cities

The capital cities of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru are vulnerable to climate change, partly due to their dependence on water from retreating Andean glaciers. This comparative Inside Story by Miguel Rodríguez Tejerina of Servicios Ambientales highlights the challenges, enabling factors, lessons learned and implications for climate compatible development – as illustrated by a project to assess the cities’ carbon and water footprints.

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OUTLOOK: Peru Special Edition

The latest edition of CDKN’s Climate and Development Outlook shines the spotlight on Peru, which holds the Presidency of the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP), and where CDKN has an established programme to support climate compatible development.

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FEATURE: Adapting to flood and fire in Quito, Ecuador

Quito faces great challenges in adapting to climate change. How is the highest capital city in the world faring? After about five years of implementation, the Quito Strategy for Climate Change is starting to pay some dividends, reports Miren Gutierrez of CDKN.

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