CROPP

Climate Resilience and Food Production in Peru

Scope

3-year project funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering

The aim of the project is to integrate agro-economic data with climate change scenarios and water and ecological resource quantification and analysis and to reconcile competing approaches to building capacity for learning and adaptation of farming communities in the Peruvian Andes.

For a detailed project outline please see our ESRI CROPP project story map.

Core Team

Dr Joy Singarayer (University of Reading, UK)

Professor Nicholas Branch (University of Reading, UK)

Dr Martin Timana (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)

Professor Andrew Wade (University of Reading, UK)

Dr Fernando Gonzalez (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)

Dr Kevin Lane (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Dr Frank Meddens (University of Reading, UK)

Dr Alex Herrera (Universidad Los Andes, Colombia)

Mr Douglas Walsh (NGO Consultant, Peru)

Mr Eric Capoen (NGO - ECLOSIO Consultant, Peru)

Dr Francisco Ferreira (Research Assistant)

Dr Harvey Rodda (Research Assistant)