Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. Members of the Ibero-American Model Forest Network (RIABM) visited several projects supported by ICC and its partners on last Thursday, on an effort to internationally socialize the strategic contributions to forests in the Pacific slopes of Guatemala.
The visit is part of the workshop called “Guidelines to plan and monitor restoration processes at a territorial scale”, which was developed in Antigua Guatemala, and coordinated along INAB, ICC, CATIE, WRI, GIZ German Cooperation, WFO, CUSO, CIFOR, US Forest Service and the 20×20 Initiative.
During the tour, participants visited the CEDIG/ICC Tree Nursery at Parramos, as well as the conservation and restoration actions developed in Acatenango, the energetic forests of Pantaleon, the ICC facilities, and the Coyolate riparian forest, which is managed along Madre Tierra and Asobordas.
The workshop was hosted from May 22nd to 24th and welcomed participants from Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Peru, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil, among other countries.