Aspects regulated by the CITES Convention, such as volumes of import and export of species, illegal traffic, permits, certificates, etc.


Information about the Biodiversity of the Amazon region, such as the richness and abundance of species, their endemism, their degree of threat and vulnerability.


Information about the status and trend in the management of the forests of the Amazon region, related to their conservation, productivity and management.

Water Resources

Information about the state of the water resources of the Amazon basin in terms of supply, demand and water balance, water quality, etc.


Information on the inclusion and participation of indigenous peoples and tribal communities in the management of their resources, under the principle of respect for their collective rights.


Call opens for nominations to 2024 GBIF Graduate Researchers Award

30 de January de 2024
Dic 14, 2023 | GBIF, Call opens Deadline for receiving nominations from GBIF member countries for graduate students whose innovative...


9 de November de 2022
Nov 09, 2022 | AMAZON REGIONAL OBSERVATORY | ACTO | CoP 19 CITES In November, the Nineteenth Meeting of the...

Mapping of stakeholders of knowledge and research initiatives in the Amazon region

4 de November de 2022
Nov 04, 2022 | RedCIA | KAP | ARO | BIOAMAZON PROJECT The Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) invites knowledge,...

The Bioamazon Project visits Bolivia to discuss a technical agenda

27 de October de 2022
Oct 27, 2022 | AMAZON REGIONAL OBSERVATORY | BIOAMAZON PROJECT Bolivia presented the improvement of Bolivia’s National Biodiversity Information System...

Guyana hosted a visit from the Bioamazon Project team

27 de October de 2022
Oct 27, 2022 | AMAZON REGIONAL OBSERVATORY | BIOAMAZON PROJECT Two workshops were held with the Guyanese team. From August...

ACTO’s contributions for the implementation of CITES in Amazonian countries will be presented at the 19th Conference of the Parties in November

27 de October de 2022
Oct 27, 2022 | AMAZON REGIONAL OBSERVATORY | BIOAMAZON PROJECT Among the main topics are the Amazon Regional Observatory and...



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