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The forestal sector is one of the main economic activities in Ucayali, Peru. More than 2, 5 million hectares are destined for forest use and there are more than 300 timber processing companies. How can we recognize if these companies comply with regulations to secure the standing forest? By using tools such as trading books.
In August, Ecuador hosted the first international 3D art festival inspired by nature, an innovative cultural proposal that was developed inside a shopping center in Quito, and combined a passion for art and biodiversity, with the aim of generating social awareness about the need to protect and care for endangered wild species extinction and threatened by crimes such as wildlife trafficking.
The forestal committees are technical instances within the indigenous organizations and native communities, led by their community members, who advise on the comprehensive management of communal territories and forests. They were created by the indigenous peoples themselves with the aim of maintaining survival in their territories.
The forestry sector in Peru has important challenges and opportunities to consolidate as a sustainable industry that contributes more and more to the country's economy and generates benefits. Learn about the potential of our forests and the efforts made by different sectors to achieve forestry competitiveness.
Video tutorial on traditional forest census and georeferenced
The forest census represents an essential source of information for the first steps of wood traceability and reducing its illegal traffic. However, the high turnover of personnel in this area makes training on the subject difficult. For this reason, WWF and CITEforestal Pucallpa, within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife trafficking and forest, have developed a video tutorial on the traditional and georeferenced forest census. 💻Download the tutorial here:
The Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (PROMPERU), The Exporters Association of Peru (ADEX), and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests, financed by the European Union, invites you to see the "Forum: Timber and finishes to get sustainability in construction".