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Bogota, May 23/2022. On the occasion of World Biodiversity Day: ClimateTrade, the first climate marketplace that uses blockchain technology, and Terrasos, a leading company in Latin America in the development and operation of biodiversity conservation projects via Habitat Banks, join forces to promote conservation of highly threatened ecosystems through the innovative Voluntary Biodiversity Credits (CBV). The CBVs allow companies to achieve their decarbonization and digitalization objectives as well as their commitment to being "Nature Positive" companies and with an operation in harmony with biodiversity and ecosystems.

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Bogota, May 17/2022. Habitat Banks are a mechanism that have been incorporated in several countries that have proven to make environmental compensation processes more efficient, to the extent that they facilitate compliance and, at the same time, improve control and surveillance by environmental authorities. .

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Liborina, April 06/2022. Seeking to add wills and capacities to protect biodiversity and mitigate the environmental effects of climate change, the Alianza Unidos por el Planeta formalized the adhesion of Terrasos, the eighty-first organization that is linked to this strategy directed by the government of Antioquia and WWF Colombia, from the declaration of Climate Emergency in the department.

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The Cesar Tropical Dry Forest Habitat Bank protects 825 hectares of one of the most fragile and threatened ecosystems in Colombia

Bogota DC, November 12/2021.On October 7, 2021, before the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, the registry of the Habitat Bank of Cesar was carried out, which is located in the Caribbean region, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. This Habitat Bank is one of the last remnants of the tropical dry forest and is made up of two strategic areas in the city of Valledupar and in the municipality of El Copey, to allow the conservation of birds, plants and mammals that today are in danger from ecosystem fragmentation.

Habitat Banks, the innovative vision of protecting forests in Colombia - Alliance of Terrasos with the British Government

Colombia will have 5,000 hectares of Habitat Banks,  an environmental compensation mechanism that will allow the conservation of some of the most vulnerable ecosystems in our territory and will scale up a business model that will bring new opportunities for rural development. This goal will be a reality thanks to the joint work between the British government, through its embassy in Colombia, the Partnership for Forest (P4F) program and Terrasos, a leading Colombian company in the structuring of compensation and mandatory environmental investment...

Acceptance of Resolution No. 0370 of April 15, 2021

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.

Terrasos analyzes and develops proposals to accept the most recent resolution on compensation 

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.

Challenges and opportunities in the current health crisis

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.

The current health crisis has affected the revitalization of environmental investments. At this moment our clients are assimilating the impacts and changes that the current contingency will have in their operations. Despite this, we have not received any request regarding changes in the intentions to purchase biodiversity credits or to renegotiate commitments. However, we are aware and understand that this situation can generate inconveniences in the availability of resources and delays in several operations.