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Amazonia Reforestation
Amazonia Reforestation plants tropical trees for profit, socio-economic development and expanded wildlife habitat in Vichada, Colombia. Investors can participate in this program by buying fast growing tropical trees and sharing in the returns based on a 10 year cycle. We follow a sustainable model with mixed-species cultivation and staggered harvesting and replanting for the maximum benefit of the planet and local wildlife. Our program also seeks to commercialize native tree species that otherwise would be logged from natural forests, by supporting native tree seed collection, nurseries and planting. We believe that biodiverse plantations with modern forestry practices offer the best results for humans and local wildlife alike.

This portal has been designed to provide information on biodiversity and climate change, recommendations, best practices, products, tools and news providing useful solutions and resources to help communities, companies and government with alternative options that can be implemented to avoid impacts and destruction creating sustainability for biodiversity. offers an interesting mix of news promoting the conservation of biodiversity and green thinking, in addition be a major source of environmental information and opinion.
Subject(s): United Nations Decade on Biodiversity - 2011-2020

BioTrade Initiative
More than sixteen years after UNCTAD launched the BioTrade Initiative with the aim of promoting trade and investment in biodiversity as a means of furthering sustainable development, a number of countries, regions and national and international stakeholders have made remarkable progress in embracing BioTrade concepts and principles as integral parts of their strategies. BioTrade is currently implementing 8 national programmes in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Subject(s): Business and Biodiversity

Canto de alarma
We are an art group that develops projects related to environmental conservation, biodiversity, and promotion of cultural creative proposal and self-sustaining alternatives to awaken from artistics activities for environmental awareness. We work building a virtual network of individuals and groups interested in performing artistics initiatives that promote respect and care for nature in all its forms and to propose different views in solving environmental problems from a playful, expressive and experimental look. We call on artists and people from all disciplines who want to manifest for the planet.
Subject(s): Communication, Education and Public Awareness

Club Let's Save our Wolrld
We are two young people who created a club called Let's Save our World. The main objective is the implementation of an environmental education project. We design and promote a campaign in our family, in our school, in our neighborhood, etc. together to learn the importance of caring for our environment so we can have behaviors and attitudes that lead to improved quality of life on our planet. The idea came from our participation in the science fair at our school in which the slogan is: "real solutions to real problems".
Subject(s): United Nations Decade on Biodiversity - 2011-2020

Co2 Tropical Trees
CO2 Tropical Trees is a tropical tree planting program in Vichada, Colombia. Consumers can make their vehicles carbon neutral by planting sufficient tropical trees to balance their car’s CO2 emissions. A tropical tree planted under this program sequesters an average of 50 lbs or 22.6 kg of carbon per year. Trees are planted in plantations and natural reserves, with an emphasis on native tree species where possible for expanded wildlife habitat. This program fights climate change and global warming in a direct and scientifically verifiable manner by not only sequestering carbon, but also by seeding cloud cover. Reducing global warming promotes biodiversity by protecting species endangered by climate change.

Ecodiversity Fondation Colombia
Ecodiversity Colombia Fondation is a non-profit organization, designed to work the design and implementation of programs that include research and conservation of biological diversity, ecosystem diversity and cultural diversity with ethnic and socio-economic development. The implementation of the activities of our members is made at a national, regional and local level of the Colombian territory. These programs involve government sectors, academics, scientists and civilians.

Fondo para la Acción Ambiental y la Niñez - Fondo Acción
Fondo para la Acción Ambiental y la Niñez is private Colombian non profit organization, created in 2000 under the Bilateral Agreement of the Initiative for the Americas, with the governments of the United States of America. Fondo Acción funds environmental and children’s projects -identified through calls for proposals- designed and implemented by civil society organizations, with the purpose of generating significant and permanent changes in Colombia’s society concerning: a) biodiversity conservation, sustainable and equitable development, and b) childhood protection and developmen.
Subject(s): Communication, Education and Public Awareness

Green Hope Colombia Foundation
The Green Hope Colombia Foundation was founded in 2007, when I visited the Amazon in Colombia, I have found that there is too much to do in this area with the Indigenous communities. Since 2007 we have made health brigades, bring Christmas gifts to children, saving endangered animals and reforest more than 26,000 trees in the Amazon Indigenous communities.
Subject(s): United Nations Decade on Biodiversity - 2011-2020

Natural Reserve La Pedregoza
The Natural Reserve La Pedregoza/Reserva Natural La Pedregoza is dedicated to the conservation of native tree species and the preservation of endangered wildlife. Located on the banks of the Rio el Bita in Vichada, Colombia, this natural reserve has two old growth inundation or riparian forests, as well as two densely treed morichals, which are savannah drainage creeks named after the majestic moriche palms that grace their banks. La Pedregoza, which means Rocky Place in Spanish, is home to a large variety of birds, animals, reptiles, amphibians, aquatic mammals, insects and decorative fish. The founders of this natural reserve, a Canadian family, plan to double its size.

Organización para la Educación y Protección Ambiental
OpEPA is a Colombian non-profit organization, whose mission is to reconnect children and youth with the Earth so that they act in an environmentally sustainable manner. Through this reconnection, children and youth may become agents in reducing environmental degradation and promoting a more sustainable generation of decision makers.

Our educational experiences integrate ecological, social, economic, and cultural aspects, producing attitudes and actions directed to preserve the environment. By means of specific projects and campaigns, OpEPA hopes to act as a catalyst in each individual and increase environmental conscience. OpEPA aims to promote a better understanding and enjoyment of the cultural, ethnic and natural diversity of our world, and to create an awareness of the necessity of preserving this diversity.
Subject(s): Communication, Education and Public Awareness