In November and December, the FCMC-supported Huila 2050: Preparing for Climate Change project organized two workshops for the mayors of the municipalities in the Huila region of Colombia.
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The High Conservation Value Areas (HCVA) are defined as areas where social and environmental values are present, such as habitats that serve for the wild life, offering protection to water basins and hydrological regulation, being a food source or having a cultural importance, among others. In other words, they are areas that need to be managed adequately with the purpose of conserving or improving these identified values (Jennings et al, 2002).
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