Saturday, September 18, 2021
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The community that learned to conserve nature seeks to reactivate ecotourism

Villa Amboró was one of the first community-based tourism projects in Bolivia. For years, its inhabitants managed to make this activity a complement to sustainable agriculture. Now they hope to receive visitors again, in order to continue with the project.

In two years, fire reaches 55 protected areas and 22 of them support fires twice continuously

- Fewer hectares burned in 2020 than in 2019 (more than 4 million hectares until October, ), but there were more fires inside national parks and departmental and municipal reserves. - Last year ecoregions that had not been affected by fires burned, such as Tropical Andes, Tucumano-Bolivian forest, and Chaqueño Serrano forest.
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