|Continent||Central and Latin America|
|Date||13 Dec 2019|
The project will be conducted in two phases, with separate, but related, outcomes for each one:
1. During phase 1, a survey of Lake Zacapu will measure environmental and fish parameters, as well as evaluating any existing environmental education and awareness-raising initiatives currently taking place around the lake. This information will be used to produce a critical review of the lake’s current management plan, and associated conservation actions.
2. Phase 2 will involve a series of workshops, meetings and interviews aimed at updating the management plan, in accordance with the results of phase 1. During this phase, we will provide guidance to policymakers regarding measures to strengthen local legislation for the long-term conservation of Lake Zacapu and develop an environmental education strategy aimed at empowering the local community to become active participants in the long-term conservation of the Lake.
These actions will result in measures for optimizing the conservation of the lake through improved local governance and community participation, the specific nature of which will be defined by the outcomes of phase 1. The overall impact of this project will be evidence based, measurable improvements in the overall conservation management of Lake Zacapu.
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