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Her silky locks were swept back into a chic bun and she went with barely there makeup, featuring her natural beauty.

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ROME, Jan 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) With their alpine grasslands shrinking due to erratic rainfall and glacier retreat, herders in Peru’s central Andes have decided that the future lies in reviving the past.

To improve access to water and save their livestock, indigenous communities in the villages of Canchayllo and Miraflores have restored abandoned dams, reservoirs and canals that date back over 3,000 years.

The project’s success, benefiting 9,600 people in the Nor Yauyos Cochas Landscape Reserve, has raised hopes for thousands of highland communities in Peru and elsewhere who are facing similar climate pressures, said Florencia Zapata of TMI, which works with mountain communities.

It could also have far reaching impacts along the desert coast, home to almost 70 percent of the population, which receives less than 2 percent of Peru’s available water.

“Water that most of the population depends on comes mainly from the mountains. So, we need to take care of (that water),” Zapata, who oversaw the project, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in a phone interview.

The western ranges of the “brown” Andes with a marked dry season are dotted with remains of ancient infrastructures dedicated to managing water, said Jorge Recharte, director of TMI’s Andes programme.

The ranges extend to Bolivia, Chile and Argentina and while some water structures are still in use, knowledge and understanding of them had started to vanish as populations dwindled due to migration to the cities, Recharte said.

Peru’s glaciers are a source of fresh water for millions of people but they have diminished by 40 percent since the 1970s, government figures showed.

The South American country is home to 70 percent of the world’s tropical glaciers, which are “especially sensitive to warming temperatures”, the United Nations warned.

Fears over the melting of an Andean glacier has even led to an intercontinental lawsuit that environmentalists are watching closely.

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Peru has a long history of embarking on engineering feats to manage the flow of water for agriculture.

The Incas and the civilisations before them built terraces, cisterns and canals while modern government projects include the $500 million Olmos and the stalled Chavimochic III irrigation projects.

It was at one of the first meetings TMI organised in 2013 that locals raised the possibility of rehabilitating the neglected pre Inca hydraulic structures.

Designed to slow the movement of water through grasses and soils, they replenished aquifers and springs and helped the grasslands retain more water, allowing biodiversity to flourish.

This way, the ecosystem acted as a buffer against flooding and drought and provided fodder for their animals, who in turn produce cheese and importantly manure, used to cultivate “thousands of native potato, corn, tuber and grain varieties”, Zapata said.

The restoration and adaptation of ancient terraces and canals for modern use has been pioneered by British archaeologist Ann Kendall since the late 1970s.

But other attempts by Andean governments and aid groups in the 1980s to revive these technologies for development failed because the focus was more on techniques and less on the needs of the locals, said archaeologist Herrera.

In Canchayllo and Miraflores, the restoration has combined ancient and modern technologies to meet the demands of herders, after months of consultation.

The restored systems incorporate “grey” infrastructure such as PVC pipes, water valves and fences and “green” elements such as restoration of grasslands and wetlands.

The restoration minimised the need for regular maintenance work since labour is in short supply, with the young and able moving to cities for better jobs.

“It is not enough to just improve their infrastructure or water availability. If people are not organised to manage the infrastructure, it will collapse sooner or later,” Zapata said.

Julio Postigo, a Peruvian expert on pastoralism in high altitudes, said poor, marginalised communities needed support from government to revive the ancient structures just as families were supported centuries ago.

“We tend to forget, when we romanticise these Inca or pre Inca or ancient responses, that they were never taken by individual families,” said Postigo, a senior research scientist at the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center.

“You’re talking about an empire that decided that that infrastructure was going to be built.”

TMI said it was looking to train and work with the Peruvian government and other organisations to replicate the success of projects in central Peru.

But reviving ancient water systems must be part of a wider plan to help communities cope with climate change,
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that about the best I can tell you, district Communications Director Darin Clark said. lot of it cannot be disclosed at this point. It pending legal action, therefore I can go into details. asked whether the district is being sued by the party accusing Hall and Langfitt of misconduct or whether the district is seeking legal action against Hall and/or Langfitt, Clark said, of those is the case. later added, couldn tell you one way or the other. I don believe that is the case, but I not privy to the details of that. school board next regularly scheduled meeting is just three days away,
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“I am as excited as I have been all season,” said Hoover, whose crew shares the No. 4 slot in the Illinois Class 4A rankings.

“We played great defense, great offense . there is nothing we didn’t do well. You can make 20 3s like (Thursday against Moline) but that is just a shooting night. We did this playing great basketball.”

Rock Island (17 7) led the entire way, staving off a couple of Bearette runs along the way. The biggest statement for the Rocks came near the end of the third quarter when they went on an 11 3 run to go from up 27 24 to leading 38 27 after three quarters.

What Hoover liked most about that run was it came through offensive execution.

“We played high quality basketball,” he said. “We attacked early, but our outside shots were not going in. Instead of settling in the second half, we ran our offense and got a lot of great shots for Brea (Beal, 22 points and nine rebounds) and Chrislyn (Carr, 16 points, four rebounds).

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The Rocks’ 52 points were 19 more than Butler allows per game this season.

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That’s the challenge especially if we get any injuries to our front 3 or heaven forbid if Firmino gets banned for any length of games following the Holgate incident (I dont think he’s done or said anything wrong btw but mistakes do happen).

I also (like Ginger) agree that we need to give the likes of Ings and Solanke more game time now that’s all we are left with. They need some kind of rhythm if they need to play for any length of games and / or Firmino needs a rest!

Klopp will NOT be sacked even we failed to make top 4. Klopp is FSG’s cup of tea. Klopp is able to improve the team WITHOUT spending (too much).

He is make used to selling his best players every season in order to balance the book in Dortmond. He is also used to let his best player to see out the contract (Lewandowski) and lose him for nothing. Klopp will not ask for more budgets, if his top target player(s) is too expensive he will come out and say that the price is excessive. Then, wait for a long time for another target.

His patience to terrible players is second to none, otherwise Mignolet will not be still one of our players. So, if Klopp allows Sturridge leaves, it tells us that the player is 100% useless under his system.

Klopp is a top class manager, he strengthened the team and got a CL spot without spending a penny. He made a fantastic attacking line by signing Mane and Salah (both in reasonable price). If Coutinho was not being sold, our CL spot will not be put on the line.

Just hope Klopp can make another miracle signing in summer and make us a title challenging team next season.

I’m not convinced we’ll end up in the Europa, i think we can still make top 4.

My stance is when you sell one of your best players mid season, your most creative player and loan out your best attacking option of the bench then you should at least replace some of what they offer you otherwise it’s a massive gamble with implications that could be devastating for our future.

This is particularly relevant when the top 4 position is so tenuous and your direct competitors are all strengthening.

From the 31st Dec to the 31st Jan our squad has been weakened. We may hope we don’t have any injuries to our front 3 particularly Salah or Firmino.

I know there are atleast two threads discussing giroud’s potenial transfer,but with this particular stat I’ve come across has to be highlighted.

Not sure how that’s an ‘incredible’ stat. If we win a game 2 1, then the first goalscorer’s goal is equally as important, isn’t it?

The far more telling stat is the number of games when Giroud hasn’t scored at all and Wenger clearly has no intention of using Giroud as first choice, so I’m not sure why you want a player, that you say you like, to languish on the bench, putting at risk the small chance he has of making the World Cup.

Auba is already on 13 goals in the Bundesliga in January which is just three short of Ollie’s highest tally, in any league season.

I love Ollie but he’s not good enough to be our main striker and because I like him, I don’t want to see him wasting what few years he has left kicking his heels on the bench.
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