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COMET-LA POLICY CONFERENCE, UNAM, Mexico City, November 2014

COMET-LA POLICY CONFERENCE, UNAM, Mexico City, November 2014

PROGRAM   Working together:Policymakers and communities facing environmental challenges side by side COMET-LA is a research project financed by the 7th framework programme of the European Commission, analyzing...

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The Community Council of Black Communities of the Upper and Middle and Lower Calima Dagua participated in the 2014-2015 version Elinor Ostrom Award

The Community Council of Black Communities of the Upper and Middle and Lower Calima Dagua participated in the 2014-2015 …

  The Community Council of Black Communities of the Upper and Middle and Lower Calima Dagua partners Colombia COMET-LA project, participated in the 2014-2015 version of...

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UNFCCC recognizes COMET-LA’s supporting role with local women in the knowledge of climate change challenges

UNFCCC recognizes COMET-LA’s supporting role with local women in the knowledge of climate change challenges

  The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in its Momentum of Change Project, has acknowledged COMET-LA and its efforts to stimulate women-led natural...

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COMET-LA SHARES ITS RESULTS in the 7th Ecosystem Services Partnership 2014

COMET-LA SHARES ITS RESULTS in the 7th Ecosystem Services Partnership 2014

The 7th ESP Conference took place in San José, Costa Rica, between the 08th and 12th of September. It was a scientific gathering of the...

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CONGRATULATIONS Judith Olivera, Maria Eugenia Moreno and Martin R. Sotelo: COMET-LA PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS!

CONGRATULATIONS Judith Olivera, Maria Eugenia Moreno and Martin R. Sotelo: COMET-LA PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS!

The winners of the COMET-LA Photo Competition are Judith Olivera, Maria Eugenia Moreno and Martin R. Sotelo Judith Olivera, Maria Eugenia Moreno and Martin R. Sotelo...

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Welcome to project COMET-LA

COmmunity-based Management of EnvironmenTal challenges in Latin America

 The aim of the project is to identify sustainable community-based governance for the management of natural resources that could be used in different social-ecological systems in a context of climate change and increasing competition in the use of these ones.
COMET-LA at a glance