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Green Galapagos 2050.

By: Jaramillo, P.
Contributor(s): Cueva, P | Jiménez, E | Ortiz, J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2014Subject(s): Green Galapagos | Galápagos verdeDDC classification: 999.999 In: p. 1-54.Summary: Green Galapagos 2050 began with an agreement between the Fuente de Vida Foundation (FFV) of Ecuador as a representative of the Dutch organization Groasis, and the Charles Darwin Foundation, and received initial (Pilot Project) funding from the COmON Foundation. The objective of this agreement was to develop a pilot project to test Groasis Technology in the Galapagos archipelago. Considering the possibilities of using this technology as a tool for ecological restoration, the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) partnered with Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) to carry out a pilot project under the guidelines of the Management Plan for the Protected Areas in the Galapagos Islands for a Good Standard of Living that was framed specifically around the goals of the Ecosystem Conservation and Restoration programs and the Rational Use of Ecosystem Services and their Biodiversity for Conservation and Development, for which two strategies of action were established: a) ecological restoration and b) sustainable agriculture. The results of this were also coordinated with the key government entities on Galapagos. There is coordination and joint work among the Decentralized Autonomous Parochial Government of Floreana, the Provincial Technical Management of MAGAP on Galapagos and the Harbormaster’s Office in Puerto Ayora; the strategic partner most involved in this initiative is the GNPD, the organization with which the pilot program for ecological restoration on the Floreana, Baltra and Santa Cruz Islands project was carried out.
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Green Galapagos 2050 began with an agreement between the Fuente de Vida Foundation (FFV) of Ecuador as a representative of the Dutch organization Groasis, and the Charles Darwin Foundation, and received initial (Pilot Project) funding from the COmON Foundation. The objective of this agreement was to develop a pilot project to test Groasis Technology in the Galapagos archipelago. Considering the possibilities of using this technology as a tool for ecological restoration, the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) partnered with Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) to carry out a pilot project under the guidelines of the Management Plan for the Protected Areas in the Galapagos Islands for a Good Standard of Living that was framed specifically around the goals of the Ecosystem Conservation and Restoration programs and the Rational Use of Ecosystem Services and their Biodiversity for Conservation and Development, for which two strategies of action were established: a) ecological restoration and b) sustainable agriculture. The results of this were also coordinated with the key government entities on Galapagos. There is coordination and joint work among the Decentralized Autonomous Parochial Government of Floreana, the Provincial Technical Management of MAGAP on Galapagos and the Harbormaster’s Office in Puerto Ayora; the strategic partner most involved in this initiative is the GNPD, the organization with which the pilot program for ecological restoration on the Floreana, Baltra and Santa Cruz Islands project was carried out.

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