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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...

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...

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….

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…


Amazon Bamboo Workshop

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