To save the 5 Great forests of Mesoamerica, we launched the Alliance of the 5 Forests, a collaboration that works to mobilize resources and promote a powerful and coordinated strategy to achieve broad and lasting impact.



Re:wild protects and restores the wild. They have a singular and powerful focus: the wild as the most effective solution to the interconnected climate, biodiversity, and pandemic crises. Founded by a group of renowned conservation scientists together with Leonardo DiCaprio, Re:wild is a force multiplier that brings together Indigenous peoples, local communities, influential leaders, nongovernmental organizations, governments, companies, and the public to protect and rewild at the scale and speed we need. Re:wild launched in 2021 combining more than three decades of conservation impact by Leonardo DiCaprio and Global Wildlife Conservation, leveraging expertise, partnerships, and platforms to bring new attention, energy and voices together. Their vital work has protected and conserved over 12 million acres benefitting more than 16,000 species in the world’s most irreplaceable places for biodiversity. We don’t need to reinvent the planet. We just need to rewild it—for all wild kinds. 

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The Central American Commission for Environment and Development (CCAD) was established with the mission of developing a regional regime for environmental cooperation and integration that contributes to improving the quality of life of the populations of its Member States.

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The Mesoamerican Alliance of Peoples and Forests (AMPB) is an organization facilitating the coordination and exchange of territorial authorities that administer or influence major forested areas of Mesoamerica. Indigenous governments and community forestry organizations in the Alliance seek to strengthen their own dialogue. They focus on community management of natural resources, seeking jointly to influence governments and international cooperation strategies for biodiversity conservation and for climatic mitigation. They integrate the rights and benefits of traditional and local communities in all their decision-making. 

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Projects financed from the EU budget cover a wide variety of areas and topics. Its impacts are all around us and its effect on our lives is felt on a daily basis.

The EU is an active player in the development field. They promote good governance, human and economic development, and tackle global issues, such as fighting poverty, conservation efforts, and preserving natural resources, to name a few. They coordinate their work with EU member countries, build international partnerships, involve all relevant stakeholders in our development efforts, and partner with developing countries to achieve specific ambitions. Their development cooperation focuses on results, transparency, and mutual accountability.

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The Green Climate Fund (GCF), a critical element of the historic Paris Agreement, is the world's largest climate fund, mandated to help developing countries raise and realize their Nationally Determined Contribution ambitions (NDC) towards low emission and climate-resilient pathways.

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The Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) delivers research-based solutions that harness agricultural biodiversity and sustainably transform food systems to improve people’s lives. Alliance solutions address the global crises of malnutrition, climate change, biodiversity loss, and environmental degradation.

With novel partnerships, the Alliance generates evidence and mainstreams innovations to transform food systems and landscapes so that they sustain the planet, drive prosperity, and nourish people. The Alliance is part of CGIAR, a global research partnership for a food-secure future.

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