Forest Hero: Mirza, Ecosystem Coordinator

This is Mirza Adela Shol Cucul. She is an Ecotourism Coordinator for our project partner FUNDAECO in Izabal, Guatemala. She is a Q’eqchi Mayan lady from the Creek Maya indigenous village in Cerro San Gil. We interviewed her about her work with conservation, communities and promoting the participation of women in FUNDAECO’s REDD+ project. How did you first…

Macaw research and conservation in Tambopata

Our Tambopata-Bahuaja Biodiversity Reserve project is located in an internationally recognised biodiversity hotspot area. Our NGO partner on the ground, AIDER, aims to improve the understanding of this area as well as promote biological and conservation research and knowledge. As part of these efforts, every year, AIDER holds a symposium to convene recent research as…

Tambopata the subject of a chapter for ‘A Better World’ book

Restoring the most ecologically valuable forest ecosystems in the world, by Natasha Ferrari, Communications Officer, Global Restoration Initiative, World Resources Institute (WRI). The Tambopata-Bahuaja Biodiversity Reserve project has been featured in a chapter of the recently released ‘A Better World: Life on Land’– a partnership between the Human Development Forum at Tudor Rose and the United…

REDD+ nesting pathway highlighted in IETA Insights, Greenhouse Gas Market Report

The latest edition of the IETA (The International Emissions Trading Association) insights 2018 has been released ahead of the Global Climate Action Summit in September 2018. It reports on the activity of carbon pricing globally, with a focus on the Americas, analyses ICAO’s CORSIA offsetting mechanism, and touches on Asia Pacific news, highlighting proposals from…