Terrasos, a P4F partner, has created a unique business model around habitat banks in Colombia. The company stands as a pioneering entity in the biodiversity credits market, incorporating an economic incentive seamlessly into its business model to enhance the economic viability of the Habitat Bank model.
The video “Sustainable timber production in Peru” shows how Form International, with the support of P4F, is consolidating a business model that offers a profitable alternative to the recovery of degraded land, particularly due to cattle ranching and monocultures, in the Ucayali region of Peru. The initiative aims to enhance biodiversity, promote the cultivation of
P4F has supported several value chain actors to scale a community-focused and sustainable superfood juice to a transparent and resilient value chain. AJE Group piloted the initiative, which sources aguaje (Mauritia flexuosa) and camu camu (Myrciaria dubia) that is sustainably harvested by eight communities in Peru, and the company processes it into Amayu juice for
The issue of the bioeconomy has become increasingly prominent in international and national debates in several Latin American countries – linked to the climate emergency and the need to decarbonise the economy. There have been numerous commitments by countries and companies to strengthen the bioeconomy, as well as increase the allocation of financial resources to