October 2016. 79-year-old Dionisio Yam Moo checks on his corn in his "milpa" personal agricultural field. He has adopted his own method of conservation agriculture planting beans high in nitrogen below his corn plants. The Nature Conservancy works with landowners, communities, and governments in Mexico to promote low-carbon rural development through the design and implementation of improved policy and practice in agriculture, ranching, and forestry. The Conservancy is leading the initiative, Mexico REDD+ Program in conjunction with the Rainforest Alliance, the Woods Hole Research Center, and Espacios Naturales y Desarrollo Sustentable. Photo credit: © Erich Schlegel
Agriculture in Yucatan October 2016. 79-year-old Dionisio Yam Moo checks on his corn in his "milpa" personal agricultural field. He has adopted his own method of conservation agriculture planting beans high in nitrogen below his corn plants. The Nature Conservancy works with landowners, communities, and governments in Mexico to promote low-carbon rural development through the design and implementation of improved policy and practice in agriculture, ranching, and forestry. The Conservancy is leading the initiative, Mexico REDD+ Program in conjunction with the Rainforest Alliance, the Woods Hole Research Center, and Espacios Naturales y Desarrollo Sustentable. Photo credit: © Erich Schlegel © Erich Schlegel

Objetivo del Proyecto GCF Ventana A de Yucatán

Generar propuestas técnicas para la implementación de políticas sectoriales y arreglos institucionales en materia de desarrollo rural bajo en emisiones, que incluye la conservación y el manejo de los ecosistemas forestales vinculadas al cumplimiento de los objetivos y las metas de la Estrategia Estatal REDD+ de Yucatán y el Programa de Inversión de la Región Biocultural del Puuc.