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28
Sep

Second meeting of monitors of the Usumacinta Basin.

The "Second Meeting of Monitors of the Usumacinta Basin" was held by the AMBIO Cooperative, in coordination with the Area of ​​Protection of Fauna and Flora of Canyon of Usumacinta (CONANP), Natural Spaces and Sustainable Development A.C. (ENDESU AC), at the facilities of the Training Center for the Sustainable Development of the Usumacinta River.

Since 2017 a synergy of work has been made for the generation of a network of monitors within the Usumacinta Basin, with the purpose of strengthening the linkage and exchange of information and learning among the participants of other ANP's, Civil Society Organizations and the Academy. The meeting was attended by personnel from nine ANP'S from Chiapas, Campeche and Tabasco, from the Siyaj Chan organization, two academics from the Polytechnic University of Mesoamerica, three guests from WCS-GIZ and a guest from the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO).

The AMBIO Cooperative is part of the project "Conservation of Coastal Basins in the Context of Climate Change (C6) within the Usumacinta Basin". Among the activities promoted by the Gulf of Mexico Fund A.C., are the monitoring of biodiversity and the generation of monitoring networks among the actors that have a presence within the basins.

Likewise, it counted with the participation of Julián Equihua, advisor of the General Directorate of Interinstitutional Projects of the (CONABIO), who shared the work done by the institution for the processing and dissemination of information collected through monitoring and points of observation of biodiversity.

As a result of the meeting, the initiative was created to form the "Network of monitors of the Usumacinta ", agreeing to standardize the monitoring information that is gathered in the field and to participate in the processing of information with the support of CONABIO.

 

 

The AMBIO Cooperative is part of the project "Conservation of Coastal Basins in the Context of Climate Change (C6) within the Usumacinta Basin". Among the activities promoted by the Gulf of Mexico Fund A.C., are the monitoring of biodiversity and the generation of monitoring networks among the actors that have a presence within the watersheds.

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