Conservación de Especies Amenazadas

The Institute for the Conservation of Threatened Species is dedicated to preserving biodiversity through innovative and collaborative strategies. They work in geographic areas requiring urgent intervention, such as Andean ecosystems, cloud forests, and the Amazon rainforest. Their initiatives include reforestation campaigns, conservation of threatened flora and fauna, and climate change mitigation. The institute collaborates with community leaders and promotes volunteer participation to achieve a positive impact on the preservation of threatened species and critical ecosystems.

Since 2023, the Institute for the Conservation of Threatened Species has become a partner of the Acción Andina program, actively committing to the restoration of the Queuña forests in the Apurímac region of Peru. Through this collaboration, we work in close coordination with local communities and leaders to implement sustainable forest management practices, ensure water resources, and promote the local economy. Our goal with the Acción Andina program is not only to preserve but also to strengthen the link between conservation and community development.

Restoration Leaders

Pavel Joser Atauchi

Conservacion de Especies Amenazadas President

Pavel Joser, born in Cusco, Peru, is a conservation biologist and researcher recognized by Renacyt. His research focuses on biogeography, numerical ecology, biodiversity, hydrology, climate change, and conservation area planning. His work has significantly contributed to the understanding and preservation of natural ecosystems, earning recognition for his dedication and contributions in the fields of ornithology, mapping of threatened species, and conservation planning.

Eddy Meza Chipana

Conservacion de Especies Amenzadas Techician

Born in Apurímac, Peru, Eddy is an agronomist who graduated from the Technological University of the Andes. Since the beginning of his career, he has passionately dedicated himself to the propagation of native species in the Apurímac region, with a particular focus on the conservation and promotion of local biodiversity. His contributions have been fundamental in the establishment and management of a seed bank for native plants, ensuring the preservation of vulnerable species and facilitating their reintroduction into natural habitats. Eddy actively collaborates with local communities to promote sustainable practices and strengthen the ecological fabric of his native region.

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