To achieve recognition of the Amazon as a public good and a platform for development, and to motivate citizens to participate in public decision-making processes, find more democratic and multi-sector solutions, and reformulate the messages and practices surrounding conservation of the Amazon.
During the UN Climate Summit held in New York in September 2014, Peru, Norway, and Germany signed a joint declaration of cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions produced by deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) in order to promote sustainable development in Peru and contribute to the conservation of the Peruvian Amazon.
Executive Director of Derecho, Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (DAR), Peru
After a participatory process in Concepción, Bolivia, the local government adopted a municipal development plan, providing a long-term strategy for development and directing public investment to programs that improve the well-being of residents.
Partner in a strategic alliance (2009-2015) to advance efforts to mitigate climate change by preserving the Amazon Biome.
Presentación de la Oportunidad de Impacto Estrategia para el Bioma Amazónico de Fundación Avina (Presentation of Fundación Avina's Amazon Biome Strategy Opportunity for Impact)
Biomonitoreo Participativo Calha Norte (Participatory Biomonitoring in Calha Norte) - ECAM: [in Portuguese]