Peru & Brazil

Disruptive weather phenomena like El Niño have the power to jeopardize food and water security as basis a resilient development on a national, regional and local level. Cross-sectoral planning based on seasonal forecasts is vital to harmonize adaptation and mitigation options for a higher resilience towards climate variability in the future.
 

Our Work in the Region

Seasonal forecasts and modelling trends in regional climate help to assess the impacts of disruptive weather phenomena on a national, regional and community level. Robust and sector-tailored scenario modelling enables sustainable planning. This capacity building through reciprocal knowledge exchange outlines the ground for assessing climate risks on water resources and agricultural production and helps understanding climate induced migration patterns for a higher resilience towards regional climate variability.


Selected Ongoing Projects

EPICC-RD2 East Africa Peru India Climate Capacities: Co-production of user-oriented climate services to better adapt to climate change


Selected Finished Projects

SUSA Sustainable land use-based alternatives in the Colombian and Peruvian Amazon

INNOVATE Interplay between the multiple use of water reservoirs via inNOVative coupling of substance cycles in Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems


Involved Working Groups (alphabetic order)

Adaptation in Agricultural Systems

Hydroclimatic Risks