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Active Empathy for Life: a new Sustainable Development Goal
There’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for the 2030 Agenda approved by the United Nations (UN) and the 193 countries...
Great amazon trees and their adoption for remembrance
By: Rocío Espinosa In the vastness of the Amazon rainforest there exist beings of millenary lifespans hardly known to man....
Coronavirus – Now more than ever, international co-operation is necessary
Arvea Marieni, Corado Clini. Trade and travel are the main mechanisms by which local viral outbreaks potentially become pandemics. Whilst...
Our immune system needs healthy forests
March 21st. International day of forests By: Tatiana Espinosa / Rocío Espinosa The immune system of our ancestors evolved along...
COVID-19: The revenge?
By: Daniel Valle Basto They say riding a bicycle is something you never forget, so long as you’ve learned enough...
Treasuring that which is feminine is crucial for humanity’s survival
“(…) a society hardly conscious of the sacred dimension of femininity is developing, which brings about disastrous consequences for the...
The urgency to give economic value to the forest
Por: Rocío Espinosa / Tatiana Espinosa The education provided to us by schools and universities growing up is based on...
Tatiana received the “Order Medal to Women’s Merit” award
Tatiana Espinosa has been awarded by the Ministry of Women with an exceptional medal in merit to her outstanding activities...
The Amazon isn’t only a pair of lungs, but also the heart of the planet
Por: Nicoletta Zucconi The great Amazonic trees not only catch CO2 and give us oxygen to live, but they also...
Peruvian receives acknowledgement in Nepal for protecting the Amazonic rainforests
International Ranger Federation gave her the Jane Goodall award Tatiana Espinosa has been fighting for the conservation of the Great...
Tatiana Espinosa, Guardian of the Shihuahuaco
By: Augusto Mulanovich Diez-Canseco Tatiana Espinosa is a forestry engineer who decided to preserve the amazon forests more than a...
Discovering native Vanilla in Madre de Dios rainforest
By: Daniela Scaccabarozzi This project aims to find strategies to protect and conserve exclusive species of native Vanilla in the...
Arbio receives a recognition from SERFOR for its conservation work
SERFOR, a public agency which manages and promotes the sustainability of the forestall and wild fauna sector, has –through their...
Turismo de conservacion
Conservation Tourism: an activity that protects the Amazon rainforest
We’ve finished the making of the project “Development of an Ecotourism Model with the Las Piedras (Madre de Dios), river...
Happy Mother Earth’s day
  In a previous post we talked about the tree’s capacity to stay connected via a net of roots and...
The dangers one faces in the jungle aren’t few
Since 2011, Tatiana has been protecting the concession area of 916 hectares (2,263 acres) on the shore of the river...
comunicadores expertos con internet propia
Mother Trees
Expert communicators with their own internet Suzanne Simard, forestry investigator from the University of British Columbia (Canada), discovered the trees in...
Peruana recibe Premio Internacional de Conservación
Peruvian wins International Award for Conservation
Tatiana Espinosa, founder of the Arbio Peru organization, is the winner of the Jane Goodall Hope and Inspiration Ranger Award...
Life goes on
A Great Amazon Tree in memory of a friend By the end of January, we got the sad news of...
Jaguar in Tambopata: returning home
By: Rocío Espinosa On the last week of January an alarm was sounded in Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios’ capital,...
Navegando hacia el campamento ARBIO
Expedition to the Biology Station January – February 2019
February 16, 2019 By Tatiana Espinosa In January the seasonal rains made it impossible for us to complete the expedition...
Peruana recibe Premio Internacional de Conservación
Annual Report 2018

2018 was a special year for us. Tatiana Espinosa, our founding member, was recognized by the International Ranger Federation and…

The humans as living beings are insignificant in the planet’s Biomass
Por: Nicoletta Zucconi According to the first definition given by the Royal Spanish Academy to the word “biomass” we can...
8 Goals for a greener 2019

1. Refuse disposables/plastic bags and carry own bags when shopping The industrial ecologist Roland Geyer, from the University of California,…

Collage Madre de Dios
Those of us who live in Madre de Dios

By: Augusto Mulanovich For those of us who live in Madre de Dios, the majority of us have recently arrived….

Empaquetado de papaya para transporte por la carretera Interoceánica.
Panettones and deforestation

In these holidays it is a custom for all Peruvians to buy and consume panettone, a sweet bread of brioche-type…

Birdwatching en el bosque de Arbio
Peru recognized as the best destination in the world for bird watching

With more than 1800 species within its territory, Peru is one of the richest countries in the world in terms…

Arbio at TechCamp Peru 2018

TechCamp Peru took place in Pucallpa from November 7th – 10th. It brought together 60 representatives from 7 countries in…

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Amazon Bamboo Workshop

At the beginning of November, the Amazon Bamboo Workshop was created. This workshop is a collaboration with the Bamboo Architecture…