• Dissemination brochure for stakeholders

     We ellaborated a dissemination brochure for stakeholders entitled "Assessment and use of ecosystems in western Córdoba". You can access the digital version of the brochure (in spanish) here.
     The objective of this brochure is to cummunicate, in a non-scientific language, the main findings and some conclusions of our research. It is aimed at producers, technicians, public servants and settlers who were involved in our study. The brohure emphasizes how each one of these groups of stakeholders has its own perception, assessment and use of natural resources. The brochure will be presented to stakeholders during the feedback workshops scheduled to be carried out  within the next months.


  • Road forest strips proposal for multiple ecosystem benefits in Córdoba Province (in spanish)

A contribution of Núcleo DiverSus to the integrated management of the roads of Córdoba Province, coordinated by the Córdoba Environmental Forum. Access the report here.


  • Policy Brief
     We presented a Policy Brief on “Biodiversity and human well-being in Latin America and the Caribbean: A multi-sectorial contribution to the science-policy interface" to a diversity of Institutions, Policy Makers and Government Agencies.
You can access the digital version by clicking on the image at your left. You can also access here a Spanish or a Portuguese version of the brief.
     This document is the result of an extensive multi-sectoral consultation on the relationship between biodiversity and human well-being in Latin America and the Caribbean, which gathered the perspectives of different social actors. The goal is to provide resource managers and decision makers with a synthesis of the priority problems and paths of action that were identified during this process.

     The multi-sectoral consultation on which this document is based involved over 200 people from 16 countries, including the academic, governmental and private sectors as well as grass-roots social organizations and non-governmental organizations at different levels.
     This was completed by a discussion and synthesis workshop, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in April 2009, with representatives from the different sectors. The outcome is a set of research, management and policy-making priorities, as well as recommendations on new institutions and social practices that will make progress possible on these priority themes.