The more biodiverse a forest is, the more carbon it holds. That’s why we use the health of the forest and the species in it as an indicator of the success of our partnerships. And when we find evidence of threatened species thriving, that’s an even bigger reason to celebrate.
“Keeping forests standing is important because they capture CO2 and purify the air. They are important for clean oxygen. That’s how we live in a relationship between the rivers, the animals and the trees, we are all related.”
Roberto Weepiu Orrego,