Municipality of Chaclacayo
Peru

Population: 39686
Area of jurisdiction: 40 km2

Commitments

  Community Government
Absolute base year GHG reduction target: n/a n/a
Baseline scenario (BAU) GHG reduction target: n/a n/a
Fixed-level GHG reduction target: n/a n/a
Carbon intensity reduction target: n/a n/a
Renewable energy target: n/a n/a
Energy efficiency target: n/a n/a
Government and Community: CO2(e) targets

Performance

Community GHG Emissions
Total ( n/a ):  0 tCO2e
Government GHG Emissions
Total ( n/a ):  0 tCO2e

Mitigation actions

FY 2102 Eco-Efficiency Measures
Protocols have been implemented to achieve eco-efficiency measures within the local government that favor proper economic and material resources management. The action implies these resources’ sustainable conservation and use via employee awareness training, above all focused on institutional reductions in paper, energy, water and fuel consumption, leading to natural resources conservation and a subsequent reduction of negative environmental impacts. Participating Organizations: Chaclacayo local government. Start year  
Sector Facilities
Type Regulatory
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Metro Chaclacayo Best Environmental Practices Awareness Program
The program goal is to create awareness of best environmental practices among the general population, which led to door-to-door visits and talks offering information on environmental problems caused by improper solid waste management alongside their health- and climate-changerelated impacts. An understanding of public perception of solid waste management was gained and corrective measures were established. Participating Organizations: Chaclacayo local government, REDAALC’s Grupo de Apoyo Perú. Start year  
Sector Waste
Type Education/Awareness Raising
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Comptroller’s Office, SERPAR n Metro Chaclacayo At-Source Solid Waste Separation Pilot Program
Efforts were made with a previously selected community in relation to selective solid domestic waste management. The objective is to minimize final disposal as well as publicize and define milestones and criteria for at-source garbage separation; all necessary materials will be provided to this end. Program outcomes call for a start-up date in October 2012. Participating Organizations: the Chaclacayo local government, REDAALC’s Grupo de Apoyo Perú. Start year 2012
Sector Waste
Type Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
Status Completed
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Adaptation actions

Creation of a Ecological/Recreational Seawall along the Rímac River’s Left Bank
The program involves environmental upgrades and riverbank stone and retaining-wall reinforcements; asphalt pathways, tile paths, bike paths; lighting, benches, rubbish bins; recreational, sport and special-use areas as well as lawn and tree cultivation in an approximately 7500 m2 area, to be realized by the metro Lima local government. Co-financing for a 20% private investment was attained; the project assures safety, recreational opportunities and enhanced health for the populace at large. Participating Organizations: metro Lima local government, the Chaclacayo local government, SERPAR, private enterprise, neighborhood associations, and the National Water Authority via the Chillón-Rímac-Lurín local water authority. Start year 2012
Sector Water Resources
Type Fiscal/Financial mechanism
Status In progress
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Rímac River Left Bank Zone Cleanup
This project seeks to preserve and improve the overall quality of Lima’s most important water source, the Rímac River, establishing a number of mechanisms that avoid the riverbank becoming a dumpsite for solid wastes, rubble and weeds. Additionally, dredging and restricted access continuously control against polluting tributary discharge points. Participating Organizations: Chaclacayo local government, the Metro Lima Agrarian Sub-Region, the Lurigancho-Chosica local government, and private area businesses. Start year 2012
Sector Water Resources
Type Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
Status Completed
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Quebrada Cusipata Forestation Program
This project seeks to manage and minimize disaster risks occasioned by water, earth and rock slides at Quebrada Cusipata. There is a four-hectare area for planting 4400 trees and to date approximately 600 have been sown. Additionally, an Inter-Institutional Cooperation Covenant has been signed between the Chaclacayo local government and SERPAR to create a tree-adoption program that called for 1000 tree assignments. Participating Organizations: the Chaclacayo local government, the Peruvian Comptroller’s Office, SERPAR Start year 2012
Sector Terrestrial Ecosystems
Type Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
Status Completed
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