Fisheries, water summits and history, and the Amazon Rainforest
In Peru, natural resources are one of the most important engines of the economy. That is why it is essential to ensure that they are used sustainably, from the Pacific fisheries to the Amazon Rainforest rich in timber and diversity. The Nature Conservancy works with partners to protect Peru’s rich biodiversity and the services it provides to millions of people.
Recovering the Amuna Systems
TNC and the Caterpillar Foundation created a natural infrastructure recovery project in the upper Rimac River Watershed to assure Peru's water supply for generations to come.
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