El proyecto

LICCI – indicadores locales de los impactos del cambio climático: la contribución del conocimiento local a la investigación sobre el cambio climático – es un proyecto financiado por el Consejo Europeo de Investigación cuyo objetivo es aproximar el conocimiento indígena y local a la investigación en el cambio climático. A través de la innovación científica, pretendemos profundizar nuestra comprensión de los impactos percibidos del cambio climático, esforzándonos en llevar el conocimiento indígena y local a los procesos de decisión política, así como influenciar en las negociaciones internacionales sobre el cambio climático. El equipo LICCI está dedicado a crear una amplia red que aúne investigadores, profesionales, y público general interesado en los sistemas indígenas y locales de conocimiento y en el cambio climático.

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Red de colaboradores Red de colaboradores
El proyecto LICCI busca participación por parte de estudiantes de doctorado, estudiantes y profesionales que compartan intereses similares. ¡El plazo de inscripción ya está abierto!
Citizen Science Platform Citizen Science Platform
Estamos creando una plataforma web en la que cualquier ciudadano del mundo pueda contribuir con información sobre indicadores locales de los impactos del cambio climático, y en la que los investigadores puedan conectar entre ellos para intercambiar conocimiento y datos.


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The landscape of Sierra Nevada

by David García del Amo This month has been published finally the book: “The Landscape of Sierra Nevada. A unique laboratory of global processes in Spain”.  The Sierra Nevada hosted the last glaciers in southern Europe. Today, it is one of the most important centers of plant diversity in the western Mediterranean and one of […]

Giving Back to Communities: What and how to give back

by Ouerle Chao (co-organizer o the LICCI webinar “giving back to local communities”) At the last LICCI webinar, themed “Giving Back to the Community,” it was our goal to have an open discussion and brainstorm with our LICCI partners and collaborators on what and how to give back to communities. Vincent, one of the core […]

Coral reef socio-ecological systems in a changing environment: voices from Kenyan small-scale fishers

by Mouna Chambon Coral reefs are famous for hosting rich marine life and providing major services to coastal communities around the world. Yet, those fragile ecosystems are increasingly threatened by human pressures such as overfishing, pollution and climate change. This is especially true in the western Indian Ocean, which has experienced massive coral bleaching events […]

“Who and what am I without fish and fishing?”:  How climate change is shaping the identity of indigenous peoples in Nekrasovka on Sakhalin Island

by Evgeniya Dudina The Nivkhi are an indigenous people who have traditionally lived in the region of the Lower Amur river and Sakhalin Island. According to the most recent census (2020), there are around two thousand Nivkhi remaining on Sakhalin. Their livelihood depends almost entirely on fishing and gathering wild berries and plants. One afternoon […]

Chiloé Agriculture: a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System threatened by drought

by Julián Caviedes Fieldwork is one of the most exciting and fun aspects of doing research. You get the chance to travel, meet new people and places, and live unique experiences. In the field is were you get inspiration and energy to survive the endless hours in front of the computer you will spend once […]