Our purpose is to protect and restore the value of the ecosystems of the Amazon to mitigate the effects of climate change; conserve the biodiversity of the Amazon; and contribute to the economic, social and environmental development of Peru.
HA. OF FORESTS PROTECTED
BAM PARTNER FAMILIES
SOCCER FIELDS RESTORED
TONS OF CO2 BLOCKED FROM RELEASE
Antonio Brack award for the most eco-efficient development model in Peru
The United Nations Award, given by FAO to the best company in degraded area restoration in the jungle and Peru category
National Entomology Award for integrated control of forest species, granted by the Peruvian Society for Entomoloyg at the LIV Convention in the city of Cuzco
First REDD+ program for native species in the world to be validated and verified by the Voluntary Carbon Standard, the most recognized voluntary carbon standard at the international level
Our company conducts its activities with transparency, honesty and integrity and we share our knowledge and results openly with our stakeholders. In this section, you will find details on the results of our operations. If you need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Agu De Marco
Partnerships Director - Pachama
Conserving and restoring tropical forests is critical to solving climate change. Bosques Amazonicos is not only working to help achieve this goal, but partners with local community and landowners to create sustainable change.
Paola del Rio Villegas
Sourcing and Business Development Manager Latin America - First Climate Markets AG
First Climate has been collaborating with Bosques Amazónicos in a close partnership for years. We are excited about the opportunity to enable our client’s commitment to climate protection with high-quality offsets from BAM’s Peruvian REDD+ project. This is a favored project, since it protects the forest whilst also providing benefits to the local communities.
Associate Carbon Procurement Manager - South Pole
At South Pole, we support the implementation of climate actions. For this reason, since 2017, we have provided financing to the BAM project in Madre de Dios by purchasing carbon credits. The transactions that are channeled through projects such as this one reduce emissions and contribute to preserving the Amazon–known as the Planet’s lungs– to strengthen biodiversity preservation efforts and generate means of subsistence for our indigenous peoples: the guardians of the forest.
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