Brazilian case shows that geographic planning, through hydro-information systems, allows for integrated planning and efficient use of water, energy, and food resources.
The Pine Nut for Galapagos initiative received the award at the most important global summit on rural electrification.
The publication, produced by IICA, was launched today in the context of the Seventh Latin American and Caribbean Energy Efficiency Seminar held in Uruguay.
A video shows the inspiring results of the EEP program, executed by IICA in the Andean countries using Finnish resources.
A new guide by IICA will allow for systematizing good practices in renewable energy use that will benefit rural territories in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
The opening of a tree nursery, the use of more efficient wood burning stoves, the planting of improved varieties and the construction of a poultry farm are some of the actions carried out under this inspiring project.