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AMAZALERT examined how global and regional climate and land-use changes will impact Amazonian forests, agriculture, waters, and people; and how these impacts feed back onto climate.
“The AMAZALERT project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 282664, and was co-funded by many national agencies an institutes.”
The AMAZALERT project (2011-2014) enabled raising the alert about critical feedbacks between climate, society, land-use change, vegetation change, water availability and policies in Amazonia. Read more about this project.
Read the project results. AMAZALERT integrated the multidisciplinary knowledge and research of world-renowned, highly influential climate, land cover, land use change scientists and also policy analysts from 14 European and South-American institutions that have been collaborating for 10 to 30 years. Thus, this project achieved impact on EU (2020 climate goals), international and South-American strategies, including REDD.