2018: Amazon Indigenous Organizations come together at the first ever indigenous economy forum in Lima
The FEI aims to become the first space for joint reflection, as well as the creation and ...
Wildlife’s alarming decline: populations of vertebrates have decreased by 60%
WWF’s Living Planet Report calls for urgent action to revert the loss of biodiversity. Fresh water ...
Local municipalities have been investing in forest’s recovery in Madre de Dios
Over 160000 hectares of forest have been deforested in 15 years.
A third of the world´s fisheries focus on just 10 of 1500 species consumed worldwide
The Peruvian sea accounts for approximately 10% of the global catch. WWF´s Living Planet Report ...
Population growth, infrastructure expansion, and mining are responsible for more than 25 percent of the world’s deforestation
Illegal mining is one of the main causes of forest loss in the Amazon. An innovative initiative now ...
Forests’ & peoples’ security: indigenous communities advance towards land titling in the Peruvian Amazon
The Ministry of culture highlighted the need to replicate this successful experience throughout the ...
More than 20 fishing communities are committed to marine sustainability
Between August and October, the Festimar went across all the coastal regions of Peru, involving ...
Landmark scientific report on global warming of 1.5°C boosts global climate action efforts
A landmark scientific report released today assesses the prospects for limiting global warming to ...
Ambassadors of the Amazon: satellite monitoring of river dolphins helps protect their home
Although a big smile is one of their most unique features, pink river dolphins face an increasingly ...
A Conservation Festival spanning across 1800 miles along the Peruvian coastline
Between August and October, Festimar will visit over 20 fishing communities, fostering marine ...