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Co-Creational Strategizing for Peruvian Coffee Farmers

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This webmaster presentation summarizes the 6-months longing scenario analysis and strategy evaluation. 22 local coffee experts in the Peruvian Alto Mayo reigon articulated their visions for 2050 in three narrative scenarios.
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The report presents the findings of research on the perceptions of agri-food exporters of climate change - provides direct insight into the perceived needs of business and exporters in responding to climate change impacts in Uganda and Peru, to inform ITC, its clients and other Aid for Trade practitioners on strategies to mainstream climate resilience among exporters and to improve the effectiveness of support for adaptation - Part 1 on Uganda shares the perceptions of agri-food exporters in key export sectors including coffee, tea, cocoa, cotton, fruits and spices. Part 2, on Peru, shares the perceptions of agri-food exporters in the coffee and cocoa sectors; gives recommendations from stakeholders on how to improve the delivery of climate assistance to exporters; includes bibliographical references
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Cultivation of Coffea arabica is highly sensitive to and has been shown to be negatively impacted by progressive climatic changes. Previous research contributed little to support forward-looking adaptation. Agro-ecological zoning is a common tool to identify homolo-gous environments and prioritize research. We demonstrate here a pragmatic approach to describe spatial changes in agro-climatic zones suitable for coffee under current and future climates. We defined agro-ecological zones suitable to produce arabica coffee by clustering geo-referenced coffee occurrence locations based on bio-climatic variables. We used random forest classification of climate data layers to model the spatial distribution of these agro-ecological zones. We used these zones to identify spatially explicit impact scenarios and to choose locations for the long-term evaluation of adaptation measures as climate changes. We found that in zones currently classified as hot and dry, climate change will impact arabica more than those that are better suited to it. Research in these zones should therefore focus on expanding arabica's environmental limits. Zones that currently have climates better suited for arabica will migrate upwards by about 500m in elevation. In these zones the up-slope migration will be gradual, but will likely have negative ecosystem impacts. Additionally, we identified locations that with high probability will not change their climatic characteristics and are suitable to evaluate C. arabica germplasm in the face of climate change. These locations should be used to investigate long term adaptation strategies to production systems.
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