Increasing the resilience of hillside communities in Bolivia: Has vulnerability to climate change been reduced as a result of previous sustainable development cooperation? (2004)

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Climate change scenarios predict impacts in Bolivia that include longer dry seasons and more frequent storms. Can the local population cope with these changes? How resilient are the social systems and local ecosystems? A case study prepared by Intercooperation (IC) for "Vulnerable Communities and Adaptation," an IC/IISD/IUCN/SEI project on climate Change, investigated how Swiss development cooperation has helped reduce vulnerability to climate change in a community in the Altiplano of Bolivia. Regardless of considerations of climate change during planning and implementation of the project, one collateral benefit has been improvement in the resilience profile of the Khuluyo community.
Year: 2004
Language: English
In: Mountain Research and Development, Vol 24, No 1, pp 14–18, Feb 2004: http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1659/0276-4741(2004)024[0014:ITROHC]2.0.CO;2,

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