Climate Change in Peru. Implications for Environmental Policies

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Bessy CastilloSantaMara, JosRuizNizama, Manuel ManriqueNugent, CarlosPozoCuro, Danny Villegas Rivas, Ricardo Ruiz Villavicencio, Jos Palacios Snchez, Margot Rodrguez Mayhuasca


The effects of climate change that are being generated worldwide, the governments of the world are concerned and committed, through the development of environmental policies to reduce and / or mitigate harmful natural disasters in the society and economy of the peoples. Therefore, the Peruvian government raises the need to reduce pollution from the main productive activities, through the implementation of standards that allow regulation and regulation. In this context, the research aims to evaluate the effectiveness of environmental policies against climate change in Peru. Study in which the socio-critical paradigm was used, a mixed approach and in the collection of quantitative data, government information from the period 1993 - 2018 was used; and the qualitative approach, a documentary review and interview was carried out, proceeding to the descriptive statistical analysis for the interpretation of data, as well as the structured and documentary interview. Where it was concluded that, in Peru, environmental policies have not been efficient to counteract the effects of climate change; Due to government mismanagement at all levels, which allows extending new strategies until 2030.

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Margot Rodrguez Mayhuasca, B. C. J. M. M. C. D. V. R. R. R. V. J. P. S. . (2021). Climate Change in Peru. Implications for Environmental Policies. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 5818–5827. Retrieved from