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  • Authors: Fallot, Abigaïl; Greppi, Marianela; Marin, Josefina; Mardones, Juan; +1 Authors

    The economic assessment of climate change adaptation basically consists in balancing costs and benefits of actions considered when addressing climate change (CC) threats. The purpose of economic evaluation in the assessment process of CC adaptation actions is essentially to provide figures for the comparison of different possibilities. In the context of the 3 EcoAdapt south American sites (Los Perico-Manantiales watershed in Argentina – BMJ, Zapoco watershed in Bolivia – BMCh and Alto Malleco in Chile – BMAAM), economic evaluation is to rely on a shared understanding of local contexts and the economic drivers of current dynamics. We focus on specific actions considered in these contexts so as to address unsustainable dynamics. The present report D3.4 provides a framework for economic evaluation: its context and the approach under development; the elements of costs and benefits that enter the analysis; and how uncertainty and irreversibility can be accounted for when using economic evaluation results. The initial panorama of the context of the economic evaluation recalls synthetically what we know about the territories and their people in terms of scales, activities and living conditions and about the extent to which they are affected by climate. Such introduction aims at facilitating the understanding of the types of actions considered for climate change adaptation. Then the economist standpoint on climate adaptation is explained and the perimeter of the evaluation is defined: 15 actions in BMJ, 11 in BMCh and 9 in BMAAM. Twelve fields of investigation are identified, for which available information is synthetized and on-going research on the elements of costs and benefits is described, so as to both make a progress status, and actualize the road map for integrating economic evaluation in modelling (task 3.2), scenario development (task 4.2) and implementation (task 5.3). A final section illustrates the possible use of the economic analysis to reveal or highlight specific characteristics of the actions considered, for instance: their time horizons and links with inexplicit future benefits or costs; their progressive definition that requires to start the evaluation; their reliance on resources considered free.

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  • Authors: Fallot, Abigaïl; Greppi, Marianela; Marin, Josefina; Mardones, Juan; +1 Authors

    The economic assessment of climate change adaptation basically consists in balancing costs and benefits of actions considered when addressing climate change (CC) threats. The purpose of economic evaluation in the assessment process of CC adaptation actions is essentially to provide figures for the comparison of different possibilities. In the context of the 3 EcoAdapt south American sites (Los Perico-Manantiales watershed in Argentina – BMJ, Zapoco watershed in Bolivia – BMCh and Alto Malleco in Chile – BMAAM), economic evaluation is to rely on a shared understanding of local contexts and the economic drivers of current dynamics. We focus on specific actions considered in these contexts so as to address unsustainable dynamics. The present report D3.4 provides a framework for economic evaluation: its context and the approach under development; the elements of costs and benefits that enter the analysis; and how uncertainty and irreversibility can be accounted for when using economic evaluation results. The initial panorama of the context of the economic evaluation recalls synthetically what we know about the territories and their people in terms of scales, activities and living conditions and about the extent to which they are affected by climate. Such introduction aims at facilitating the understanding of the types of actions considered for climate change adaptation. Then the economist standpoint on climate adaptation is explained and the perimeter of the evaluation is defined: 15 actions in BMJ, 11 in BMCh and 9 in BMAAM. Twelve fields of investigation are identified, for which available information is synthetized and on-going research on the elements of costs and benefits is described, so as to both make a progress status, and actualize the road map for integrating economic evaluation in modelling (task 3.2), scenario development (task 4.2) and implementation (task 5.3). A final section illustrates the possible use of the economic analysis to reveal or highlight specific characteristics of the actions considered, for instance: their time horizons and links with inexplicit future benefits or costs; their progressive definition that requires to start the evaluation; their reliance on resources considered free.

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    Authors: Leclerc, Grégoire;

    We introduce Fuzzy Cognitive Modelling (FCM) and provide step by step guidance and tips for using iModeler (both qualitative and quantitative approaches), the use of FCM in EcoAdapt Story and Simulation (S&S) approach based on Structured Decision Making, and briefly describe the FCM models being developed in the three study sites. This version correspond to iModeler version 4 (January 2004).

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    Authors: Fallot, Abigaïl; Le Coq, Jean-François; Salinas, Julio Cesar; Aguilar, Teresa; +3 Authors

    Climate threats exacerbate issues of natural resource management in rural landscapes, namely water, forest and agricultural land. In order to consistently address these issues, we highlight the usefulness of a joint vision of the landscape where the actors share their knowledge on the mechanisms at work when considering the central problem that affect the landscape as well as the proposed solutions. On the basis of several case studies, we present and analyze participatory conceptual modelling as a process and a series of methods that allow building a shared understanding of the landscape as a socio-ecological system. The case study that better illustrates the diversity of suitable methods and necessary adjustments in the modelling process, is the Zapoco watershed in the Chiquitano Model Forest (Bolivia), characterized both by its natural richness and its economic poverty. In the framework of the research-action EcoAdapt project for community-based adaptation at the landscape level, we reviewed the modelling approaches which better served our purpose and ended in the articulation of tools belonging to different approaches. As a main result, we obtained graphical representations that the actors can easily understand and use to describe their context (Open Standards for the Practices of Conservation), their practices (Problem-Actors-Resources-Dynamics-Interactions) and their history (Resilience thinking). In a practical way, the models built address the complexity of the landscape and bring into focus needs for research (knowledge gaps, main uncertainties) and for action (coordination failures, unsustainable dynamics). From the perspective of companion modelling, we finally discuss the outreach of participatory conceptual modelling in the promotion of climate smart agriculture. International audience

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    Authors: Delgado Serrano, María del Mar; Mistry, Jayalaxshmi; Matzdorf, Bettina; Leclerc, Gregoire;

    This Special Feature gathers the results of five research projects funded by the 7th Research Framework Program of the European Union and aims to identify successful cases of community-based management of environmental challenges in Latin America. The funding scheme, Research for the benefit of Civil Society Organizations, fostered innovative research approaches between civil society and research organizations. More than 20 field sites have been explored, and issues such as trade-offs between conservation and development, scientific versus local knowledge, social learning, ecosystem services, community owned solutions, scaling-up and scalingout strategies, the influence of context and actors in effective environmental management and governance, and the conflicts of interests around natural resources have been addressed. Based on our experiences as project coordinators, in this editorial we reflect on some of the important lessons gained for research praxis and impact, focusing on knowledge of governance models and their scaling-out and scaling-up, and on methods and tools to enable action research at the science–civil society interface. The results highlight the richness of community-based management experiences that exist in Latin America and the diversity of approaches to encourage the sustainable community-based management of environmental challenges.

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    Authors: Fernández, Alfonso; Muñoz, Ariel; González-Reyes, Álvaro; Aguilera-Betti, Isabella; +8 Authors

    Streamflow in south-central Chile (SCC, ∼ 37–42∘ S) is vital for agriculture, forestry production, hydroelectricity, and human consumption. Recent drought episodes have generated hydrological deficits with damaging effects on these activities. This region is projected to undergo major reductions in water availability, concomitant with projected increases in water demand. However, the lack of long-term records hampers the development of accurate estimations of natural variability and trends. In order to provide more information on long-term streamflow variability and trends in SCC, here we report findings of an analysis of instrumental records and a tree-ring reconstruction of the summer streamflow of the Río Imperial (∼ 37∘ 40′ S–38∘ 50′ S). This is the first reconstruction in Chile targeted at this season. Results from the instrumental streamflow record (∼ 1940 onwards) indicated that the hydrological regime is fundamentally pluvial with a small snowmelt contribution during spring, and evidenced a decreasing trend, both for the summer and the full annual record. The reconstruction showed that streamflow below the average characterized the post-1980 period, with more frequent, but not more intense, drought episodes. We additionally found that the recent positive phase of the Southern Annular Mode has significantly influenced streamflow. These findings agree with previous studies, suggesting a robust regional signal and a shift to a new hydrological scenario. In this paper, we also discuss implications of these results for water managers and stakeholders; we provide rationale and examples that support the need for the incorporation of tree-ring reconstructions into water resources management.

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  • Authors: Cuevas, Melissa; Fallot, Abigaïl;

    With the intention to precise the contribution of water to the socio-economy of Forest Model Landscape, several methodological proposals are revised, that allow to estimate water consumption. Three main methods are considered on the basis of their scope and implementation case: water footprint; estimation from an input-output matrix; life-cycle analysis inventories. They are presented in a synthetic way, highlighting their specificities and possible relevance in the contexts of rural territories with knowledge gaps on the water situation.

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    Authors: Cuevas, Melissa; Fallot, Abigaïl;

    Este documento presenta un diagnóstico de la información existente, a nivel cuantitativo y cualitativo, de las actividades principales en el territorio seleccionado en términos del empleo, la situación del agua y el uso de la tierra en tres Bosques Modelos en Bolivia, Argentina y Chile. El Bosque Modelo Chiquitano se encuentra ubicado en una de las últimas regiones forestales tropicales secas de América del Sur, en el departamento de Santa Cruz, Bolivia. El municipio de Concepción representa un área de 28,514 km2 y una población de 21,000 personas (estimación 2010), 89% con necesidades básicas insatisfechas en cuanto al servicio de agua. Las actividades principales en términos de empleo en Concepción son la agricultura, la ganadería y la silvicultura, seguidas de la industria manufacturera y el comercio. El Bosque Modelo Jujuy se encuentra ubicado en los departamentos de El Carmen y San Antonio, en la provincia de Jujuy, Argentina. Representa un área de 912 + 690 = 1,602 km2 y una población de 97,039 + 4,466 = 101,505 personas (censo 2010). 29% de los hogares sufren de privación material. Las actividades principales del municipio en términos de empleo son la agricultura, la ganadería y la silvicultura, seguidas del comercio y la administración pública. El Bosque Modelo Araucarias de Alto Malleco se encuentra ubicado en la XIX Región, Chile e incluye las comunas de Lonquimay y Curacautín. Representa un área de 3,914 + 1,664 = 5,578 km2 y una población de 15,376 + 11,482 = 26,858 habitantes (estimación 2011) con tasas de pobreza alcanzando 34%. Las principales fuentes de ingreso de estas comunas son la ganadería, la actividad forestal y la agricultura, seguidas del comercio y el turismo. La ganadería en Lonquimay en general es de trashumancia entre invernadas y veranadas, debido a las condiciones geográficas y climáticas. This paper presents a diagnosis of the existing information, quantitative and qualitative, on the main activities in the selected landscapes in terms of employment, water situation and land use , in three Model Forests in Bolivia, Argentina and Chile. The Chiquitano Model Forest is located in one of the last tropical dry forest regions of South America, in the department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. The municipal district of Concepcion represents an area of 28,514 square kilometers and a population of about 21,000 persons. The main activities in terms of employment in Concepción are agriculture, livestock and forestry, followed by manufacturing and trade. The Jujuy Model Forest is located in the departments of El Carmen and San Antonio, in the province of Jujuy, Argentina. The area is of 1,602 km2 and the population of 101,505 persons. The main activities in terms of employment in El Carmen and San Antonio are agriculture, livestock and forestry, followed by the trade and public administration. The Araucarias de Alto Malleco Model Forest is located in the communes of Lonquimay and Caracautin in the province of Malleco in Region XIX, Chile. The territory is 5,578 km wide and hosts about 27,000 persons. The main sources of income of these communes are livestock, forestry and agriculture, followed by trade and tourism. Lonquimay livestock is predominantly transhumant between wintering and summer pastures, due to the geographic and climatic conditions. 57 pages

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    This document presents an analysis of the Lonquimay and the Curacautin landscapes as a socio-ecological system. The two commune areas constitute the Araucarias of Alto Malleco Forest Model in Chile, respective headwaters of the Bio Bio and the Cautin rivers. The first section introduces the analysis, by presenting its context, the issue addressed and the objective of analyzing socio-ecological dynamics. The second section, Material and Methods, tells how the analysis was led in Lonquimay and in Curacautin, presenting the PARDI method (Problem-Actors-Resources-Dynamics-Interactions) and describing the fieldwork for building conceptual models that allow to visualize practices of land use and water management. The third section of the document presents results. They consist in the formulation of the water security problem that the people of Lonquimay and Curacautin considered a central and shared issue; in the characterization and location of actors and resources that are involved in this problem; and in the representation of the main dynamics and interactions that link those actors and resources. For each landscape, two conceptual models were built, from the biophysical and the legal standpoints. The discussion section deals with the possibility to integrate both standpoints; with the mere modelling process, and; with the cost elements of water access. Main uncertainties highlighted by the analysis are revised and the report concludes by summing up our major findings in this participatory investigation process on socio-ecological dynamics.; Este documento presenta un análisis de los sistemas socio-ecológicos conformados por las comunas de Lonquimay y de Curacautín del Bosque Modelo Araucarias de Alto Malleco (BMAAM) en Chile, respectivamente las cabeceras de las cuencas del Imperial y del Bio Bio. La primera sección introduce el análisis, presentando su contexto, problemática y objetivo, siempre en el marco del proyecto de investigación-acción EcoAdapt. La segunda sección explica cómo se desarrolló el análisis de las dinámicas socio-ecológicas en las comunas de Lonquimay y de Curacautín. Presenta el método PARDI (Problemática, Actores, Dinámica e Interacciones) y el trabajo de campo realizado para llegar a la construcción de modelos conceptuales que permiten visualizar las prácticas en el uso del suelo y el manejo del agua. La tercera sección presenta los resultados. Incluyen la formulación de una problemática compartida de seguridad hídrica en los dos territorios del BMAAM; la caracterización y ubicación de los actores y recursos que conciernen a la problemática común y la representación de las principales dinámicas e interacciones que vinculan dichos actores y recursos. En cada territorio, se construyeron dos modelos: con enfoque biofísico y con enfoque legal. La sección de discusión reflexiona sobre la posibilidad de integrar ambos enfoques, sobre el proceso de modelación conceptual, y sobre elementos de costos para el acceso al agua. Se revisan las principales incertidumbres vislumbradas en el análisis y la conclusión del informe recapitula los hallazgos de la investigación llevada en un proceso participativo.

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    Authors: Sabourin, Eric; Schillinger, Ralf; Cronenbold, Romy; Sandoval, Claudio; +5 Authors

    This document is about the methodology of social validation of the Climate Change Adaptation Plans and its implementation in the three Model Forests (MFs) of the EcoAdapt project. The first part of the paper presents the background and the work method. The second part deals with the specific advances and results of each of the three model forests participating in the EcoAdapt project in regards to the strategy of social validation of their climate change adaptation plans and the pilot “energizing” projects. The third part offers a transversal analysis with some conclusions and recommendations for social validation of adaptation options in the context of an action research project.

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  • Authors: Fallot, Abigaïl; Greppi, Marianela; Marin, Josefina; Mardones, Juan; +1 Authors

    The economic assessment of climate change adaptation basically consists in balancing costs and benefits of actions considered when addressing climate change (CC) threats. The purpose of economic evaluation in the assessment process of CC adaptation actions is essentially to provide figures for the comparison of different possibilities. In the context of the 3 EcoAdapt south American sites (Los Perico-Manantiales watershed in Argentina – BMJ, Zapoco watershed in Bolivia – BMCh and Alto Malleco in Chile – BMAAM), economic evaluation is to rely on a shared understanding of local contexts and the economic drivers of current dynamics. We focus on specific actions considered in these contexts so as to address unsustainable dynamics. The present report D3.4 provides a framework for economic evaluation: its context and the approach under development; the elements of costs and benefits that enter the analysis; and how uncertainty and irreversibility can be accounted for when using economic evaluation results. The initial panorama of the context of the economic evaluation recalls synthetically what we know about the territories and their people in terms of scales, activities and living conditions and about the extent to which they are affected by climate. Such introduction aims at facilitating the understanding of the types of actions considered for climate change adaptation. Then the economist standpoint on climate adaptation is explained and the perimeter of the evaluation is defined: 15 actions in BMJ, 11 in BMCh and 9 in BMAAM. Twelve fields of investigation are identified, for which available information is synthetized and on-going research on the elements of costs and benefits is described, so as to both make a progress status, and actualize the road map for integrating economic evaluation in modelling (task 3.2), scenario development (task 4.2) and implementation (task 5.3). A final section illustrates the possible use of the economic analysis to reveal or highlight specific characteristics of the actions considered, for instance: their time horizons and links with inexplicit future benefits or costs; their progressive definition that requires to start the evaluation; their reliance on resources considered free.

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    The economic assessment of climate change adaptation basically consists in balancing costs and benefits of actions considered when addressing climate change (CC) threats. The purpose of economic evaluation in the assessment process of CC adaptation actions is essentially to provide figures for the comparison of different possibilities. In the context of the 3 EcoAdapt south American sites (Los Perico-Manantiales watershed in Argentina – BMJ, Zapoco watershed in Bolivia – BMCh and Alto Malleco in Chile – BMAAM), economic evaluation is to rely on a shared understanding of local contexts and the economic drivers of current dynamics. We focus on specific actions considered in these contexts so as to address unsustainable dynamics. The present report D3.4 provides a framework for economic evaluation: its context and the approach under development; the elements of costs and benefits that enter the analysis; and how uncertainty and irreversibility can be accounted for when using economic evaluation results. The initial panorama of the context of the economic evaluation recalls synthetically what we know about the territories and their people in terms of scales, activities and living conditions and about the extent to which they are affected by climate. Such introduction aims at facilitating the understanding of the types of actions considered for climate change adaptation. Then the economist standpoint on climate adaptation is explained and the perimeter of the evaluation is defined: 15 actions in BMJ, 11 in BMCh and 9 in BMAAM. Twelve fields of investigation are identified, for which available information is synthetized and on-going research on the elements of costs and benefits is described, so as to both make a progress status, and actualize the road map for integrating economic evaluation in modelling (task 3.2), scenario development (task 4.2) and implementation (task 5.3). A final section illustrates the possible use of the economic analysis to reveal or highlight specific characteristics of the actions considered, for instance: their time horizons and links with inexplicit future benefits or costs; their progressive definition that requires to start the evaluation; their reliance on resources considered free.

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    Authors: Leclerc, Grégoire;

    We introduce Fuzzy Cognitive Modelling (FCM) and provide step by step guidance and tips for using iModeler (both qualitative and quantitative approaches), the use of FCM in EcoAdapt Story and Simulation (S&S) approach based on Structured Decision Making, and briefly describe the FCM models being developed in the three study sites. This version correspond to iModeler version 4 (January 2004).

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    Authors: Fallot, Abigaïl; Le Coq, Jean-François; Salinas, Julio Cesar; Aguilar, Teresa; +3 Authors

    Climate threats exacerbate issues of natural resource management in rural landscapes, namely water, forest and agricultural land. In order to consistently address these issues, we highlight the usefulness of a joint vision of the landscape where the actors share their knowledge on the mechanisms at work when considering the central problem that affect the landscape as well as the proposed solutions. On the basis of several case studies, we present and analyze participatory conceptual modelling as a process and a series of methods that allow building a shared understanding of the landscape as a socio-ecological system. The case study that better illustrates the diversity of suitable methods and necessary adjustments in the modelling process, is the Zapoco watershed in the Chiquitano Model Forest (Bolivia), characterized both by its natural richness and its economic poverty. In the framework of the research-action EcoAdapt project for community-based adaptation at the landscape level, we reviewed the modelling approaches which better served our purpose and ended in the articulation of tools belonging to different approaches. As a main result, we obtained graphical representations that the actors can easily understand and use to describe their context (Open Standards for the Practices of Conservation), their practices (Problem-Actors-Resources-Dynamics-Interactions) and their history (Resilience thinking). In a practical way, the models built address the complexity of the landscape and bring into focus needs for research (knowledge gaps, main uncertainties) and for action (coordination failures, unsustainable dynamics). From the perspective of companion modelling, we finally discuss the outreach of participatory conceptual modelling in the promotion of climate smart agriculture. International audience

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    Authors: Delgado Serrano, María del Mar; Mistry, Jayalaxshmi; Matzdorf, Bettina; Leclerc, Gregoire;

    This Special Feature gathers the results of five research projects funded by the 7th Research Framework Program of the European Union and aims to identify successful cases of community-based management of environmental challenges in Latin America. The funding scheme, Research for the benefit of Civil Society Organizations, fostered innovative research approaches between civil society and research organizations. More than 20 field sites have been explored, and issues such as trade-offs between conservation and development, scientific versus local knowledge, social learning, ecosystem services, community owned solutions, scaling-up and scalingout strategies, the influence of context and actors in effective environmental management and governance, and the conflicts of interests around natural resources have been addressed. Based on our experiences as project coordinators, in this editorial we reflect on some of the important lessons gained for research praxis and impact, focusing on knowledge of governance models and their scaling-out and scaling-up, and on methods and tools to enable action research at the science–civil society interface. The results highlight the richness of community-based management experiences that exist in Latin America and the diversity of approaches to encourage the sustainable community-based management of environmental challenges.

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    Authors: Fernández, Alfonso; Muñoz, Ariel; González-Reyes, Álvaro; Aguilera-Betti, Isabella; +8 Authors

    Streamflow in south-central Chile (SCC, ∼ 37–42∘ S) is vital for agriculture, forestry production, hydroelectricity, and human consumption. Recent drought episodes have generated hydrological deficits with damaging effects on these activities. This region is projected to undergo major reductions in water availability, concomitant with projected increases in water demand. However, the lack of long-term records hampers the development of accurate estimations of natural variability and trends. In order to provide more information on long-term streamflow variability and trends in SCC, here we report findings of an analysis of instrumental records and a tree-ring reconstruction of the summer streamflow of the Río Imperial (∼ 37∘ 40′ S–38∘ 50′ S). This is the first reconstruction in Chile targeted at this season. Results from the instrumental streamflow record (∼ 1940 onwards) indicated that the hydrological regime is fundamentally pluvial with a small snowmelt contribution during spring, and evidenced a decreasing trend, both for the summer and the full annual record. The reconstruction showed that streamflow below the average characterized the post-1980 period, with more frequent, but not more intense, drought episodes. We additionally found that the recent positive phase of the Southern Annular Mode has significantly influenced streamflow. These findings agree with previous studies, suggesting a robust regional signal and a shift to a new hydrological scenario. In this paper, we also discuss implications of these results for water managers and stakeholders; we provide rationale and examples that support the need for the incorporation of tree-ring reconstructions into water resources management.

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