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Project Cordillera’s Catalyst Program: Research Officer

Overview:  Supporting our policy and impact, monitoring and evaluation, and the development of sustainability partnerships, the Research Manager’s main tasks will involve refining and delivering research briefs as assigned by the Head of Sustainability. You will contribute to the campaigns discourse as well as liaising with development partners and potential partners – both in Latin […]

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A New Year, New Adventures

After a really quite incredible 2015, it’s fair to say everyone involved in Project Cordilelra is feeling super excited about the coming year. We’re hoping for much more adventure and much more impact over the next 12 months and we hope you’ll join us in Peru for the journey of a lifetime. #exploremore #inspiredbymountains #projectcordilleraevolves

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International Mountain Day

Today is International Mountain Day, as designated by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). As well as celebrating these remarkable places, covering 22% of the world’s land surface are and housing 13% of the world’s population, this is also a chance to recognise the long and deep-seated neglect that these importance […]

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Mountaineers rope up at COP21 in Paris: calling for climate change action

December 11th, 2015 in Le Bourget, Paris, International Mountain Day. At the invitation of the International Climbing and Mountainering Federation, mountaineers from all over the world are standing up for COP21. Leaders and representatives from national and international NGOs and institutions shall rope up together at COP21 for the International Mountain Day. They aim to […]

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Doug Tompkins dies kayaking in Chile

Founder of The North Face, Conservacion Patagonica and the Foundation for Deep Ecology, the world lost a great man today. A true believer in the power and beauty of wilderness, Doug Tompkins has died after his kayak capsized in General Carrera Lake in Aysén region of Chilean Patagonia. He was 72. One of Project Cordillera […]

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Reforestation with Montikuna

We’re pleased to announce we’ve teamed up with Montikuna to support reforestation efforts in the Andes. Meaning “trees” in local Quechua, Montikuna is an environmental initiative established with the purpose to protect mountain ecosystems through the replanting of indigenous trees in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru.

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We’ve been in Chile for the ATWS

We’ve arrived in Puerto Varas, Chile, for the 2015 Adventure World Travel Summit. We’re super…

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Expeditions seek new members

Mountaineering expeditions to the Cordillera Blanca in June, July and August, 2016, seek new…

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2015 ATTA Prize Winners

Project Cordillera have been named winners of 2015 Adventure Travel Trade…

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UIAA Mountain Protection Award

Project Cordillera has been nominated for the prestigious UIAA Mountain Protection Award…

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