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In the fascinating world of herpetology, one species that deserves our attention is the frog Scinax pyroinguinis, also called “groins of fire frog”. These amphibious creatures have a unique beauty and an interesting history to explore. According to the official study published in Evolutionary Systems, Scinax tree frogs are among the most diverse clades of...
Madre de Dios, a region located in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, is known for its rich biodiversity and its contribution to the Brazil nut trade. It is here that the Amazonian Brazil Nut Festival is held, not only focused on detailing the important role that the Peruvian nut plays in the lives...
REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project (REDD+ BN) continues to make steady progress in its commitment to the protection of forests and the well-being of its community. Hundreds of Brazil nut families continue to receive economic benefits from the sale of carbon credits, in addition to the activities offered by the REDD+ BN project in favor...
On April 22, the concessionaire families, partners of the REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project, and Bosques Amazonicos (BAM), celebrated the achievements and progress of the REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project and reaffirmed their commitment to the conservation of forests in a fellowship event. The meeting was held in the coliseum of Puerto Maldonado and was...
On April 18 and 19, hundreds of Brazil nut concessionaires, partners of the REDD+ Brazil nut concessions project, received new economic benefits from their conservation efforts and the resulting sale of certified emission reductions (carbon credits) in the international voluntary market, corresponding to the year 2022. In addition to the support and activities implemented by...
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...
Peru ranks fourth among the 12 megadiverse countries and is one of the 17 countries that are home to 70% of the world’s biodiversity. Within this wonderful territory, the Madre de Dios region, also called the “Capital of Biodiversity of Peru”, is internationally recognized as one of the areas with the greatest variety of wildlife...
Preserving the Brazil nut forests Don Alfonso confidently strides down the muddy path. Taking him inside the depth of the forest. He’s short but stocky and has the smile of a loving grandfather. He has a wooden stick in his hand, known as a payana, and a hand-woven tamshi-fiber basket. The route—barely perceptible—winds its way...
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