A Forest Positive Experience
Forests and trees make vital contributions both to people and the planet, bolstering livelihoods, providing clean air and water, conserving biodiversity and responding to climate change. In addition to helping to respond to climate change and protect soils and water, forests hold more than three-quarters of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, provide many products and services that contribute to socio-economic development, and are particularly important for hundreds of millions of people in rural areas.
Join us for a unique experience in Colombia, before the TFA Annual Meeting 2019, in Bogota, immerse yourself in the Amazon forest where our partners on the ground will show you how they contribute to sustainable production and local livelihoods in the region.
- CAQUETÁ DEPARTMENT MORELIA (FLORENCIA AND MORELIA)
CATTLE & AGROFORESTRY PRODUCTION & THE YURAYACO INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY
- MAPIRIPÁN – POLIGROWPALM OIL PROJECT
- ANTIOQUIA, NECOCLÍ – LUKER CHOCOLATE
- PARAMOS – CONSERVATION CORRIDOR CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL
- ORINOCO – CAUNAGUARO FUNDATION AND WWF COLOMBIA
To find out more about the field trips here: Tropical Forest Alliance Field Trips Colombia 2019