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5368 live wild animals, victims of trafficking, were seized in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil in the first half of 2022
Infographic – News Report on wildlife trafficking in the Andean-Amazon Countries (Period January-June 2022)
Summary of progress and results for 2021 – The Alliance for Wildlife and Forests.
The Alliance presents the summary of the main advances and results obtained during the third year of its implementation. This document compiled the achievements of its coordination work with allies from government agencies and civil society in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and the triple border with Brazil.
The model of the communities that protect the biodiversity of the forests
Transforming social and economic systems to live in harmony with nature and life is one of the themes with which World Environment Day is celebrated today. That is why we show you the example of several peasant communities that bet on community forestry as a model of conservation of forest biodiversity, an economic livelihood for their families, and an option for empowering their communities.
Do you know the five strategic lines of work of the legal timber pact in Colombia? Read this article
Thanks to the articulated work between Minambiente, WWF Colombia and the 16 public-private entities that make up the committee of the Intersectoral Agreement for Legal Timber in Colombia (PIMLC), the initiative that seeks to promote the legal timber trade in the country, has an official document for its second phase, which will begin at the end of 2021, to meet government commitments between now and 2030.
The podcast “Heartbeats of the Forest” connects citizens with the responsible consumption of timber
The second season of “Heartbeats of the Forest” was created, the first podcast produced by the National Forest and Wildlife Service (SERFOR), in conjunction with WWF Peru. People will learn to become informed citizens committed to the responsible consumption of timber. The nine episodes recount the step-by-step, from the moment a tree is extracted from the forest, until it is finally commercialized and reaches homes converted into furniture, floors, etc.
5368 live wild animals, victims of trafficking, were seized in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil in the first half of 2022
Infographic – News Report on wildlife trafficking in the Andean-Amazon Countries (Period January-June 2022)
Summary of progress and results for 2021 – The Alliance for Wildlife and Forests.
The Alliance presents the summary of the main advances and results obtained during the third year of its implementation. This document compiled the achievements of its coordination work with allies from government agencies and civil society in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and the triple border with Brazil.
The model of the communities that protect the biodiversity of the forests
Transforming social and economic systems to live in harmony with nature and life is one of the themes with which World Environment Day is celebrated today. That is why we show you the example of several peasant communities that bet on community forestry as a model of conservation of forest biodiversity, an economic livelihood for their families, and an option for empowering their communities.
Do you know the five strategic lines of work of the legal timber pact in Colombia? Read this article
Thanks to the articulated work between Minambiente, WWF Colombia and the 16 public-private entities that make up the committee of the Intersectoral Agreement for Legal Timber in Colombia (PIMLC), the initiative that seeks to promote the legal timber trade in the country, has an official document for its second phase, which will begin at the end of 2021, to meet government commitments between now and 2030.
The podcast “Heartbeats of the Forest” connects citizens with the responsible consumption of timber
The second season of “Heartbeats of the Forest” was created, the first podcast produced by the National Forest and Wildlife Service (SERFOR), in conjunction with WWF Peru. People will learn to become informed citizens committed to the responsible consumption of timber. The nine episodes recount the step-by-step, from the moment a tree is extracted from the forest, until it is finally commercialized and reaches homes converted into furniture, floors, etc.

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As an advance in the control and prevention of illegal flora trafficking, Xilotron is a technological tool for rapid identification of timber, which detects the type of species it is and thus helps determine if its origin is legal. This tool was unveiled at the II High-Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade.
Wildlife Conservation Society held on the webinar "Combating illegal wildlife trade, a strategy for its conservation in the Andean-Amazonian countries" to highlight the importance of wildlife for the health of ecosystems, reference the actions in the Andean-Amazonian countries, in which there is a great wealth of biodiversity, but which also face threats such as the illegal wildlife trade.
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".
Within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests, training was carried out for local communicators to create a network of local communicators from communities that are from municipalities linked by protected areas, to develop campaigns and disseminate information on the prevention of trafficking of wildlife and timber in their media.
For the International Day of Indigenous Peoples, the importance of the fundamental role of indigenous people in participation and decision-making for the conservation of biodiversity in the countries of the region was made known, from the perspectives of representatives of indigenous communities, through their experiences and ancestral knowledge.
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