Presentation of the Podcast “Beats of the Forest”

On July 6, a webinar was held for the presentation of the Podcast “Beats of the Forests” organized by the National Forestry and Wildlife Service of MINAGRI together with WWF Peru within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests. This event shared about the importance of podcasts as a tool to raise awareness about forest conservation and also included the participation of the protagonists of the stories of the second season.

Training youth that will lead the Amazon

33 indigenous leaders belonging to 5 indigenous peoples (Asheninka, Yine, Amawuaca, Shipibo-konibo and Ashaninka), from 18 communities, are highly trained to teach their community about forest management in their territories. Especially young people between 12 and 16 years of age.

Forestry Competitiveness in Peru

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.

State Actors and Civil Society Organizations dialogued about Illicit timber trafficking in Bolivia

On June 2, actors from the public sector and civil society met in a discussion on Illicit Timber Trafficking, which took place in the facilities of the Municipal Autonomous Government of Rurrenabaque, in the Department of Beni, with the aim to address the issue of illicit trafficking and piracy of timber in the Bolivian Amazon, a region called North of La Paz that includes the municipalities of Ixiamas, San Buenaventura, and Rurrenabaque, mainly.

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.

Podcast Beats of the Forest – Second Season

The second season of “Beats of the Forest” was created, the first podcast produced by the National Forest and Wildlife Service (SERFOR) 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.