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Lessons learned in promoting açai production in the Colombian Pacific

This case study highlights the business model and the role of communities in the process of consolidating the naidí value chain as a vehicle for conservation, generation of social benefits and income from the sustainable use of the forest. Here, opportunities, challenges and gaps are highlighted that may be useful for other initiatives focused on this type of initiative.

20 years creating possible territories​

This book is the story of the twenty years of an organization that has understood that its work consists of recognizing itself as a small and powerful piece of the natural, social and cultural framework of which it is a part; one that, like mycorrhizae, to advance on its path, must enter into symbiosis with others.

Viceversa – Book

This book of chronicles is a sample of the transformations and experiences that the team of the Connected Landscapes Program lived, working together with peasant families from Solano and Cartagena del Chairá to reduce deforestation in Caquetá. Learn through these stories how knowledge is exchanged from work teams to communities and vice versa.

People and landscapes connected

The Connected Landscapes program implemented actions to reduce deforestation and stimulate low-emission rural development in Caquetá. This book contains the efforts and main results and impacts achieved in seven years of working with the community.

Conserva Colombia – Book

Conserva Colombia was a program designed by The Nature Conservancy in Colombia to promote and facilitate the creation of local protected areas in ecosystems that are poorly represented in the country’s national system of protected areas: tropical dry forests, dry scrublands, tropical savannas of high plains and floodplains and low-lying forests on hillsides.

Find out in this book the account of this work, which guaranteed the survival of many species of plants and animals, and some of the most emblematic and inspiring cases of protected areas established with the support of Conserva Colombia in all its intervention areas.

This program was executed in partnership and with co-financing from the Action Fund between 2009 and 2017.

Conservation Trust Funds and the Private Sector: Emerging Approaches to Conservation Finance

articipamos en el caso de estudio de Wolfs Company “Conservation Trust Funds and the Private Sector: Emerging Approaches to Conservation Finance”, una herramienta quebusca aportar al diseño y promoción de estrategias de participación del sector privado como un medio para impulsar el impacto de la conservación. En este hablamos de nuestra experiencia con el sector privado y los diferentes mecanismos de sostenibilidad financiera, como los fondos patrimoniales y el pago por servicios ambientales.

Unión Natural

Unión Natural Project area 17.000 hectares Investment EUR 4,5 millions Term 2018-2021 Location Vigia del Fuerte, Antioquia – Territorio colectivo de Cocomacia. Allies FFEM, MADS; ONFA; Corpouraba; Universidad de Antioquia, SENA; Codechoco Sustainable development goals to which we contribute The Medio Atrato region, between the