SNAPP TEAM:Sustainable Cattle Ranching in Colombia
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What are the real-world social-ecological outcomes of silvopasture transformation in Colombia? How can this evidence be utilized to inform farm planning tools and policy targets to benefit nature, climate, and human wellbeing?
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Team Critical Challenge:
  • Synthesize a multidimensional dataset from nearly 4,000 farms in Colombia, coupled with spatial modeling to explore real-world drivers of on-farm adoption, evaluate social-ecological impacts, and predict the benefits of silvopasture implementation at landscape scales
  • Based on the science and in collaboration with end-users, co-develop guidance to inform sustainable cattle ranching and climate policies, environmental certification standards, and a farm planning tool to help scale up silvopasture adoption in Colombia and beyond
Christina Kennedy
The Nature Conservancy
Manuel Gómez Vivas
Colombian Federation of Ranchers (FEDEGAN)
Lucas Garibaldi
Universidad Nacional de Río Negro
Jose Manuel Ochoa-Quintero
Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute
Aaron Skinner
University of British Columbia
Arturo González Alvarado
Colombian Dung Beetle Collection
Camila Rodriguez
The Nature Conservancy
Carol Tatiana Chamorro Vargas
University of British Columbia
Cecilia Medina Prieto
Colombia Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development
Claire Kremen
University of British Columbia
German Forero-Medina
Wildlife Conservation Society
Jacobo Arango
International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), CGIAR Initiative of Livestock and Climate
Julián Chará
Center for Research on Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems (CIPAV)
Julian Rode
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ
Juliana Delgado
The Nature Conservancy
Karin Frank
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ
Liliana Mahecha
Universidad de Antioquia
Seth Morgan
The Nature Conservancy
Silvia Alvaréz
Wildlife Conservation Society
Tatiana Rodriguez
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ
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