SABIOMA is an international partnership between Argentina and the UK, working on nature-based solutions to tackle the challenge of biodiversity loss, climate change and social wellbeing. Our main objectives are to develop knowledge, build capacity and define tangible actions for conservation, restoration and sustainable use of land and the environment. Through our research activities, our consortium focuses on providing knowledge to food producers, policy-makers, land managers and the public who need better evidence based tools to support decision making for sustainable outcomes.
A large extent fo the Gran Chaco has been converted to farmland or pasture. Move the sliders from left to right to compare the land cover between the two periods in Northwest Argentina (Salta). read source - NASA
Defra Global Centre on Biodiversity for Climate (GCBC) fast track research scheme, via UKRI [Grant no. 2022GCBCSABIOMA]