The Ecuadorian Amazon is at high risk of deforestation and degradation, with pressure on forest ecosystems increasing as competing land uses from extractive and agricultural activities continue to rise. The project will work at both regional and local levels.
The objective of this project is to enhance climate resilience of Indigenous people and local communities in the Marin watershed through nature-based solutions and livelihood diversification. The proposed requested GEF funding will help increase the resilience of the local communities of the Marin watershed in the face of long-term climate change and associated hazards.
This project will build capacity and solutions for safeguarding globally significant climate resilient coral reefs, to ensure global long-term survival of coral reef ecosystems in Philippines, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, Tanzania, and Madagascar.
The project objective is to support country planning to inclusively and effectively meet or exceed GBF Target 3. Project partners will develop an easily accessible guide to developing inclusive and effective national level plans to achieve Target 3.
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