The Basics

11.05 Million inhabitants
Home of the famed Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world
Bolivia is among the 15 most biodiverse countries in the world.
Recent reports reveal that, between 2010 and 2013, trade in products derived from biodiversity increased by 22%, generating a total value of 1,106 million dollars
Strong environmental protection laws such as the Mother Earth


Bolivia adopted the historic Law on the Rights of Mother Earth. This was followed by the adoption of the Framework Law on Mother Earth and Integral Development for Living Well in 2012. These recent laws show the Bolivian government’s commitment to protecting nature and implementing sustainable living solutions.

The Threats

Our Solutions

Together with the Bolivian government, local communities, and scientists, we are focused on implementing holistic measures for biodiversity and cultural conservation while mitigating and adapting to a changing climate.

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