REDD+ projects are the leaders of social and environmental commitment

The conservation work carried out by the families custodians of the forests has been recognized in different scenarios, both national and international, including: Green Rewards, where he highlighted the work of the Project, Dolphins Cupica to the Best Project of Flora and Fauna on the continent, as well as the recognition of Awards BIBO The Viewer to 2021, where it was number one in the category “Actions in nature-based solutions”.

Other REDD projects as Palameku Kuwei, Kaliawiri and Yaawi Iipana have been ranked among the 500 best of Latin America and have participated in platforms such as the Green Carpet in Colombia, standing out by the management that the communities in the development of social and environmental projects, and their appropriation of the forests in the area of conservation.

2020

PROJECT DOLPHIN CUPICA REDD+ IS NUMBER 1 IN THE CATEGORY FORESTS AND FLORA OF GREEN REWARDS 2020

By its commitment to the Objectives of Sustainable Development and its environmental impact, social and economic in Bahía Solano and Juradó, Chocó, the project was selected among the best in the edition 2020 of the Awards Latin america Green in the Forest category and Flora. 

In a joint work between BIOFIX, the Community Council General North Pacific Coast of Chocó “The Dolphins” and the Community Council Cupica, located in the municipalities of Bahía Solano and Juradó, Chocó, raised

DOLPHINS CUPICA REDD+ it is a project that has reduced and compensated for nearly three million tons of CO2e, has been preserved of 103,000 hectares of native forests and with the resources obtained has sought to improve the quality of life of more than 7,000 people belonging to the community councils to which it conforms.

PROJECT PALAMEKU KUWEI REDD+ IS SELECTED FROM AMONG THE FIRST 100 IN GREEN REWARDS 2020

Between 2.540 projects participants from all over Latin america, the project Palameku Kuwei REDD+ is selected from among the 500 best, occupying the position number 63. This recognition is given thanks to the work of social and environmental develop the project in their region. 

Palameku Kuwei REDD+ is located in Cumaribo, Vichada, and is proposed by 6 guards indigenous people that inhabit this territory forest: Indigenous reservation Rivers Muco and Guarrojo (People Sikuani and Piapoco), Indigenous reservation Rivers Tome and Weberi (People Sikuani, Indigenous reserve Punta Bandera (People Sikuani), protected by the Indigenous San Luis Volume (Village Sikuani), Indigenous reserve The Emerald (People Sikuani), Indigenous reservation Valdivia (People Sikuani).

The project seeks to protect 32.629 hectares of humid tropical forest in the Oriniquía colombian, and, through your protection to mitigate the effects of climate change and the benefit of over 4,000 people that make up the guards.

2021

PROJECT KALIAWIRI REDD+ IS SELECTED FROM AMONG THE 500 BEST PROJECTS IN LATIN AMERICA 2021

KALIAWIRI REDD+ is a project developed by BIOFIX in partnership with 7 Guards Indigenous peoples Sikuani and Piapoco that seeks to protect 358.000 hectares of forest in an area of transition Orinoco – Amazon region, Colombia, given its physical conditions and weather make it a key for the regulation of the climate, the uptake of CO2 emissions and conservation of the biodiversity.

Through its territorial autonomy, the Indigenous reserves: Cali, Barranquilla, Concordia, Flower Hat, Chocón, River Siare Ravine Cute, Saracure River Each and Guaco High and Low, looking to perform processes of conservation framed in sustainability criteria that have to do with the protection of areas of natural forests, rescue and protection of their cultural identity and promotion of productive practices that aimed for the protection of biodiversity and the richness environmental of its territory.

After an application of more than 2,500 projects in the americas, KALIAWIRI REDD+ was ranked 394 among the top 500, and ranked 23rd in the category of Forests and Flora. This is the third project of conservation that ranks among the best in Latin America, under the structuring of BIOFIX, a company expert in the development of nature-based solutions that today leads the development of 9 projects in Colombia in partnership with communities of african and indigenous allies and territorial.

PROJECT DOLPHIN CUPICA REDD+ OCCUPIES THE FIRST PLACE IN THE AWARD BIBO – THE SPECTATOR

This project was recognized as the winner of the Prize BIBO 2021 in the category of “Actions in nature-based solutions”, thanks to the work of social and environmental advance between Community Councils Northern Pacific Coast of Chocó – Delfines and Cupica, in partnership with BIOFIX.

Dolphins Cupica is carried out in Bahía Solano and Juradó, Chocó, Colombia, and seeks to protect of 103,000 hectares of humid tropical forest, as well as species of flora and fauna that inhabit the territory. Its development is thanks to the marketing of carbon credits, leveraged in the carbon market in colombia, and emerged as a solution to social and environmental needs of the north coast of the Pacific, a region that has the levels of multidimensional poverty and unmet basic needs higher in Colombia.

2022

PROJECT YAAWI IIPANA REDD+ IS SELECTED FROM AMONG THE 500 BEST PROJECTS IN LATIN AMERICA

In the version 2022 Awards Green, the Project Yaawi IIpana REDD+ was ranked number 38 among the top 500 of Latin america, due to its alignment with social actions and the environment in Colombia.

This project, located in the department of Guaviare that protects 248.046 hectares of humid tropical forest, is proposed by the Indigenous reservation Morichal Viejo, Santa Rosa, Cerro Cocuy, Santa Cruz, Cano Tapir and others, and its main objective is to minimize the impact caused by deforestation and forest degradation through a comprehensive vision of development of the territory.

To 2022, through the activities of the project has been reduced 448.601 Tonnes of CO2e, and supported in the marketing of carbon credits, it seeks to improve the quality of life of more than a thousand people.

PALAMEKU KUWEI REDD+ IS INVOLVED IN THE GREEN CARPET 2022

In the first version of Green Carpet, an event organized by the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, and the National School of Environmental Training SAP, the project Palameku Kuwei REDD+ was known for being an initiative that promotes environmental conservation and looks for the sustainable development of the 6 guards indigenous peoples Sikuani and Piapoco that make it up.

This project, located in Cumaribo, Vichada, seeks to protect more than 32 thousand hectares of forest and the benefit of over 4 billion people 6 indigenous reserves. Thanks to the social investment that has run the community, this project is featured in Colombia as a promoter of environmental education, and indigenous leadership in the protection of the forest.