Participatory scenarios development in semi-arid northern Nicaragua

This participatory scenario planning case study contributes to the empirical understanding of key factors that influence vulnerability and learning of local strategies to adapt to change in semi-arid agro-pastoral systems in Central America.

The main aim was to develop jointly with local stakeholders a complex understanding about drivers of change and impacts on vulnerability of local livelihoods. The scenario analysis was also aimed to stimulate a learning process, highlighting areas of conflict. The second workshop (backcasting) had a negotiation/conflict management objective.

Project facts

Nicaragua

Miraflor-Moropotente protected area, Department of Estelí

2008

Submitted by:

Ravera F.

Project member

7 januari 2020 13:30:00

How to cite this page:

Ravera F.

Participatory scenarios development in semi-arid northern Nicaragua

Resources

Ravera, Tarrasón and Simelton 2011. Envisioning adaptive strategies to change: participatory scenarios for agropastoral semiarid systems in Nicaragua

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David Tarrasón

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 
Main ecosystems 
Scale
Arid/semi-arid lands
A large landscape or city scape (e.g. Sao Paulo <50 km on edge)