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Nowadays the chaccu, an ancestral tradition of herding vicuñas, is an important yardstick of success in ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change (EbA).

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Footnotes: By EBA MONTAÑA PERÚ. Escrito por José Carlos Picón (Tres mitades). Fotos: Carlos Díaz Huertas, Fabio Ovalle y Adriana Kato.


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