Rocio Espinosa, Author at Arbio Ong
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Floodings in Madre de Dios: Solidary Help

The region of Madre de Dios has been declared in emergency state due to the floodings that have been occurring...
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The ARBIO Forest: A Fragile Ecosystem

Last December 21st, 2020, the ARBIO forest was added to the Fragile Ecosystems in Madre de Dios list. The National...
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The Shihuahuaco in the Forest Magazine of Perú

A study on this biological species, on the live tree as opposed to its wood By: Rocío Espinosa and Daniel...
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Healing the Roots

Por: Rocío Espinosa “Roots are to a tree what to a human are its legs. With them the tree travels...
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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....
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...