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Madre de Dios ‘verde’: Provincia de Tahuamanu avanza hacia el desarrollo sostenible




Queremos resaltar los esfuerzos de la certificación forestal voluntaria en Madre de Dios, 596,929 hectáreas de bosques naturales con certificación de manejo de bosques (sello de FSC) bajos estándares internacionales. Una parte importante de todos los bosques y plantaciones certificadas por FSC en el Peru. Construyendo el camino hacia el manejo forestal, logrando contribuir a

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Jaguars thrive in lightly logged forests

Publicado en 25 junio, 2018, por en ESTUDIO.




Bozovich shares this study, where part of the research has been in made in our “Forestal Otorongo’s” FSC Certified concession in Madre de Dios, Peru. Jaguars are losing territory because of the encroach on tropical forests. A study issue of Biological Conservation offers hope. Scientists found that in some lightly logged forests in Guatemala and

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Do responsibly managed logging concessions adequately protect jaguars and other large and medium-sized mammals? Two case studies from Guatemala and Peru




Bozovich is proud to share the results of the study made by the San Diego Zoo Global about the effects of sustainable logging practices in medium sized mammals and jaguars in Peru and Guatemala. This study was done using large-scale camera trap surveys. In Peru part of the study was made in the FSC certified

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