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TALA TO ILLEGAL

One of the major problems facing our planet is deforestation. So that the world's forests are decreasing day by day. One of the main reasons for deforestation is illegal logging.

illegal logging, It is the illegal activity for forest resources, in breach of existing laws governing logging and protect the natural heritage.

The World Bank estimates that losses are generated by more than 5 billion annually due to illegal logging of timber products, as well as, additional 10 billion for forest-related crimes. This illegal activity affects more than 70 countries, among them Brazil, Canada, Cameroon, Indonesia, Philippines, Russia and Peru. Peru, It ranked ninth globally in forest area, with 78.8 million. According to Environment Minister Antonio Brack, the country annually loses 150.000 ha of forest.

MAIN DIFFICULTIES FOR CONTROL OF ILLEGAL LOGGING
a) Expansion of the agricultural frontier lands suitable for forestry.
b) Titling for agricultural land on forest land and permanent production forests.
c) Lack of political decision.
d) Lack of alternatives for local populations.
e) High demand for high-value wood.
f) significant corruption and absence of exemplary sanctions

THE CONCESSION

Our award safeguarding our natural resources making possible private management conservation and protection of biodiversity Ecological.

We create a conservation model that allows protect fragile ecosystems and the headwaters of the river basin allowing the conservation of biodiversity, ensuring the conservation and management process an Ecosystem.

We are registered in public records oxizonia-rec Peru with code
n-2009- 00021784.
Location: cusco-district department Kosñipata- buffer zone manu National Park, find ourselves in the southeastern jungle region between the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios.
Area:Perimeter Hectares 370.520866: 10387.177369M Datum:wgs-84 Esc: 1/10.000

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MONITORING OF PLANTS AND FAUNA

The reforestation plan is based on the following guideline: Try to recover the authentic structure of forests. Therefore we reforestation triangles so that not a plantation open lines

MONITORING OF PLANTS AND FAUNA

To size, observe and assess the state of plants and wildlife is not easy but this gives us important information that allows us to modify and communicate our experiences to stakeholders.

MAINTENANCE OF NURSERY

The main activity to develop in this space is the weekly monitoring of the seeds planted to record growth and when the time is right, transplant them into bags until they acquire the ideal size to be planted.

INDIGENOUS ISSUES

In the depths of the Amazon rainforest indigenous peoples live who have no contact with the outside world, and most of them are at risk of extinction from disease and loss of their lands.

Illegal loggers and cattle ranchers invade their territory and carry them all kinds of diseases for which your body does not have any defense. They will not survive unless this stops.

From Oxizonia work through direct local actions for these tribes can continue living in their habitat has been for centuries, without interference from mining companies and timber.

"Nobody has the right to rob the future, for quick profits in this. You have to know when we have enough "

Our area of ​​action

The requested concession area is adjacent to private property “Palmaceda”, Ecological Reserve Chontachaca in the Department Cusco, Paucartambo province, district Kosñipata, Chontachaca community, (Buffer zone Manu National Park).

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