CTCN Publication in Spanish: Design of a Biodiversity Monitoring Network in Chile


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Climate Technology Centre and Network
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Chile requested technical assistance through the CTCN to help design a national system for monitoring climate change impacts on biological diversity and associated ecosystem services. Chile is one of the first countries, together with Ivory Coast and Colombia, to complete a technology transfer through CTCN.

This newly established monitoring system is an integral component of Chile’s National Climate Change Adaptation Plan, which will be used as a primary instrument to provide reliable data to establish strategies and policies for biodiversity´s conservation and adaptation to climate change. This system includes standards and protocols for monitoring biological and environmental variables, climate scenarios, networks and policies for information exchange and data management, a proposal for formal institutional and operational arrangements.

Pictures from the final event in Chile.

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