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On April 18 and 19, the concessionaire families, partners of the REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project, reaffirmed their commitment to forest conservation, sustainable forest management, and the development and continuity of the REDD+ project developed by Bosques Amazonicos (BAM). In a letter of pronouncement, the Brazil nut producers (concessionaires) acknowledged the support and benefits that...
On February 14, BAM signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chamber of Commerce of Indigenous Peoples of Peru (CCPIP), the Federation of Native Ticuna and Yagua Communities (FECONATIYA) and the Regional Organization of Indigenous Peoples of the East (ORPIO), to evaluate the creation of forest carbon projects in territories on behalf of indigenous communities...
The REDD+ Brazil nut concessions conservation project, developed by BAM in partnership with 600 brazil nut producing families grouped in the Federation of Brazil nut producers of Madre de Dios (FEPROCAMD), aims to protect more than 490,000 hectares of Brazil nut forests in one of the regions most affected by deforestation in Peru. To achieve...
In line with our commitment to sustainability, on November 22 we became the first forestry company in Peru to obtain the Environmental Declaration of Ongoing Activities (DAAC) for our forestry plantations. The DAAC is the first Environmental Management Instrument (EMI) for tropical rainforest management approved in our country. This certification validates that our activities are...
On September 28th we were recognized for the second consecutive year at Los Bóscares Perú, winning in the category “Research and Innovation in Forestry” for our state-of-the-art forest genetic improvement program in Ucayali, Peru. Los Bóscares is an initiative created in 2018 in Mexico by Reforestamos, and its main objective is to make visible the...
May 13, 2022 CAF – development bank of Latin America offset the carbon emissions (tCO2e) generated by its operations during 2021 by acquiring carbon credits from our REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project. In 2019, the institution offset its historical footprint with the same project. In line with the commitment to achieve a more integrated, inclusive,...
March, 2022 In line with our commitment to conservation, and within the framework of our Science Program, we conducted a new scientific evaluation; this time in the Brazil nut forests located in Nuevo Paraíso; part of the area protected by the REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions conservation project developed by BAM in Madre de Dios. This...
Context In general, forest plantations of native species developed in Peru do not have a controlled origin, that is, the provenance of the seeds used for their establishment is unknown. This results in individuals (trees) with a great variability of characteristics (height, diameter, number of branches, straightness, etc.) that, in many cases, are not the...
#Prizes #BAM On December 13th, we were recognized in LOS BÓSCARES PERÚ 2021, winning in the category “Forests and Climate Change”, for the implementation of our REDD+ Brazil nut concessions conservation project in Madre de Dios and Campo Verde reforestation project in Ucayali. LOS BÓSCARES is an initiative created in Mexico (2018) whose purpose is to promote...
Inkaterra becomes the first hotel chain in the world to be called “Positive Climate”, offsetting its emissions (tCO2e) with our REDD + Brazil nut concessions project. Inkaterra has been named by the United Nations through the Green Initiative certifying organization as “Climate Positive”, thus becoming the first hotel chain internationally to achieve this important recognition....
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