Participants at a forum on water and territory point to NCA as an important tool to help with a long-term management plan.
A recent World Bank mission in Colombia brought several relevant institutions together. WAVES-Colombia Coordinator Henry Alterio spoke to the WAVES team about the process.
Shot in Colombia's Chingaza National Park at the source of the Chuza River, a main water supply for Bogota's 8 million residents, World Bank Lead Economist Carter Brandon describes how nature's assets contribute to a nation's total wealth. Watch the video.
WAVES will work with Colombia to quantify all the functions provided by Lake Tota, such as water for drinking, agriculture, tourism, and fishing, and provide evidence for decision-making with leaders from the National Dept. of Planning in Colombia.