Biodiversity management

When our parents were young earth’s population was between three and four billion people Today we are 7.5 billion on the planet; in twenty years, the population is projected to reach the threshold of 10 billion people. This increasing number of people, each with increasing aspirations for first world conveniences – reliable energy, better transportation, more meat in their diets — severely challenges the carrying capacity of earth’s ecosystems.

How will we feed the growing population on the planet without causing the collapse of biodiversity? Humans must be able to produce food and forest products sustainably on both an individual and collective scale.

We will develop projects that support permaculture, and rational and sustainable food production. We must think about meeting our needs differently in order to protect biodiversity. 

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have ratified the Convention on Biological Diversity

vegetable gardens

 It is estimated that there are 300 vegetable gardens per city that operate under organic agriculture parameters

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native species

The average abundance of native species in most major land-based habitats has fallen by at least 20%, mostly since 1900

Why Biodiversity management​ ?​
  • Within the framework of the Convention on Biological Diversity, which has been ratified by approximately 196 parties, each country implements, according to its policies, plans for the sustainable use of biodiversity.
  • It is estimated that there are 300 orchards per city that operate under organic agriculture parameters
  • Around the world there are different strategies to integrate bidiversity to urban functioning. In the countries that make up the Amazon, the Biodivercities plan was recently launched, which aims to integrate rurality and urban planning for the care of the Amazon.

Our goals

The fight against climate change is composed by multiples edges, between them the actions taken for combating it, adaptation and risk management. Into the carbon cycle, biodiversity plays a fundamental role, not only in carbon capture, but organic agriculture, territory appropriation and resilience. Biodiversity Management means sustainable use of biodiversity in process applied to small and medium scale, integrating the social and productive sector.

Implement sustainable ocean management plans in the fight against climate change, either from conservation or from the management of marine diversity

 Build vegetable gardens to manage the responsible use of biodiversity in agriculture and create links with local communities as farmer, indigenous, fisherman and afro-descendants for mutual learning

Design green public spaces to contribute to the care and management of biodiversity at the urban level

Ideas of Projects

Sustainable food production systems

Green public spaces

Marine biodiversity

Our Progress

Our Projects

Our Projects will start soon