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High Mountains Adaptation Partnership: Huaraz, Peru

If you’re interested in learning more about the climate change affecting the mountains in Huaraz, Peru, please watch this excellent video from USAID about The High Mountains Adaptation Partnership’s Peru workshop.  

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Our Favourite Images from 2016

It’s hard to believe 2016 has been and gone already. It’s been a strange one, no one can deny that. But, we’ve worked hard this year and it’s paid off; 2016 was another successful year for us at Project Cordillera. With another excellent season under our belt and new potential adventure spots within our sights for […]

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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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The worst thing about international travel

We’re collaborating to create a future of carbon neutral travel Project Cordillera is all about promoting the wonderful Cordilleras of Peru and celebrating the landscapes, cultures and activities that make the Andes unique. It is also about discovering, selecting and working with only the highest quality guides, operators and social development initiatives. However, none of […]

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Perú: Mountain Country

Perú: Mountain Country This week marks the publication of Perú: Mountain Country, a bilingual study on the affects of climate change on the Cordilleras of Perú. Produced by Perú’s Ministry of Environment (MINAM), and written in both Spanish and English, the report provides a storyboard capturing how environmental change is affecting the lives of people […]

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Glaciers, Climate Change & Tourism… Oh My!

Tourists view the massive ice walls of the Pastoriri Glacier. Last week, I went on a day excursion with a van full of other tourists (mostly from Lima) to the Pastoruri Glacier. The Pastoruri Glacier is south of the Cordillera Blanca at the head of the Pachacoto Basin, which is a tributary of Peru’s Santa […]

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