In 2018-2019, wildfires destroyed many forested areas of the Chiquitania, Bolivia. Connecting agroecology, forest conservation and restoration, GreenMarked and PROBIOMA-PROBIOTEC set up a plant nursery and started transferring new trees to the wild forest.
Two Bolivian college students tell us their experience in the agroecological farm of Santa Cruz de la Sierra supported by GreenMarked. Can agroecology help Bolivia achieve food security and reforest burned areas?
Two engaging stories about the role of Bolivian agroecology in promoting sustainable development among the young generations.
A tree planting activity in Trentino has taught secondary school students about extreme events, reforestation and the human impact on Alpine forests.
Corrupted project collaborations between environmental NGOs, governments and fossil fuel corporations and agribusiness enterprises can tamper meaningful climate policies and secure business-as-usual profits.
Together with the Bolivian Foundation “AGRECOL Andes”, we kicked-off the “Native Carbon Tree” project to plant agroecological trees in the metropolitan area of Cochabamba.