Small farmers in Peru build climate resilience with innovation, ‘living lab’

LIMA, Peru—As a warming climate shrinks the land area suitable for growing potatoes, Quechua farmers high in the Peruvian Andes say the change is a sign that Mother Earth is angry, said Alejandro Argumedo, director of the non-profit ANDES Association. In the “Potato Park” near Cusco, Peru, farmers have teamed up with scientists to protect... Read more

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