We’ve spoken a lot recently about the camera traps installed in our forests in Brazil’s Pontal do Paranapanema region.
The Atlantic Forest of Brazil, where WeForest is restoring and reconnecting patches of forest, is home to one of South America’s most charismatic species: the jaguar (Panthera onca).
Cisero Natercio is a member of the Landless Workers Movement (Portuguese: Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Terra, MST), a movement for land reform in Brazil that pushes for secure access to land for rural workers.
Last month we shared the launch of our partner IPÊ’s Selfies in the Forest Web Platform.
The community-based nurseries in Pontal do Paranapanema are working intensively to produce the thousands of seedlings that will be used in the next areas scheduled for reforestation.
Every tree we plant helps to cool our earth.
Across all WeForest projects women are empowered through income generation and entrepreneurship.
At the beginning of this year, we were thrilled to see lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris) at our project site in Brazil.
Paper shows young, secondary-growth forests play an important role in climate change mitigation.
WeForest’s tree planting efforts in Brazil serve to reconnect the biodiverse but highly fragmented Atlantic forest.