Fondo Mexicano para la Conservacion de la Naturale

FMCN's mission is to build a better future for Mexico through the mobilization of financial resources, the creation of alliances, continuous learning, and taking advantage of opportunities related to the conservation and use of our natural capital.

Mexico 3, BC, Mexico
(31.68581, -115.76716)
Baja California
Carretera Federal 1, BC, Mexico
(29.87008, -114.95471)
Baja California Sur, Mexico: 149 hot pots and 135 clean cookstoves.
Baja California Sur, Mexico
(26.13917, -112.25933)
Based in Guatemala City, Angela plans to do an economic valuation of mangroves on the Caribbean coast to convince decision-makers of their importance
37 Calle, Guatemala
(14.61241, -90.52773)
Based in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, Carlos is working on incentivizing hotels to conserve mangroves
Benito Juarez, Centro, 77710 Playa del Carmen, QROO, Mexico
(20.61840, -87.07356)
Coahuila
Mexico
(24.18639, -97.51006)
Coahuila, Mexico: 20 hot pots and 100 clean cookstoves.
Coahuila de Zaragoza, Mexico
(26.60379, -101.53105)
Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras, is home to Mariela's mangrove restoration effort.
Guanaja, Honduras
From report: Mariela's mangroves
(16.45135, -85.88699)
In Dangriga, Belize, Adriel is working on fisher empowerment so the people can participate in fisheries policy decisions
Lakeland St, Dangriga, Belice
(16.95394, -88.21511)
In Livingston, Guatemala, Cleo is working with the community to establish fishery recovery zone
Livingston, Guatemala
(15.82620, -88.74795)
In Sarteneja, Belize, Joel is working on improving planning among different protected areas
N Front St, Sarteneja, Belice
(18.35281, -88.14919)
Induction and Fundraising Workshop, March 4-14, 2012
Livingston, Guatemala
(15.82835, -88.75214)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves and solar pots with rural communities of local protected areas
Cuauhtemoc, COAH, Mexico
(25.17486, -101.02272)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves and solar pots with rural communities of the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park
Nuevo Leon 20, COAH, Mexico
(25.56697, -100.50636)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves and solar pots with rural communities of the Sierra de La Giganta propossed protected area
Baja California Sur, Mexico
(25.34798, -111.10199)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves and solar pots with rural communities of the Sierra de Zapaliname State Reserve
Carretera Federal 54, NL, Mexico
(25.66430, -100.76557)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves, water filters and solar pots with rural Maya communities
Carretera Federal 307, Emiliano Zapata, 77229 Felipe Carrillo Puerto, QROO, Mexico
(19.58799, -88.04237)
Maintenance and installation of fuel efficient stoves, water filters and solar pots with rural communities from the Biosphere Reserve
Camino Carrillo Puerto - Sian Ka'an, Reserva de la Biosfera Sian-Ka'an, QROO, Mexico
(19.78402, -87.78179)
On the island of Guanaja, Honduras, Mariela is involving the community in mangrove reforestation
Islas de la Bahia, Honduras
(16.47534, -85.88704)
On the island of Roatan, Honduras, Giaco is working on protecting sharks
Carretera Principal, Dixon Cove, Honduras
(16.32865, -86.50639)
On the island of Utila, Honduras, Pamela is developing a microcredit system for fishing families
Calle Principal, Honduras
(16.09260, -86.92937)
Puebla
3 Sur 507, 72000 Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, PUE, Mexico
(19.04324, -98.20139)
Punta Allen, a fishermen community in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve
Reserva de la Biosfera Sian-Ka'an, 109 Hectares Km 25, Punta Allen, QROO, Mexico
(19.80385, -87.47803)
Queretaro
Jose Ma. Pino Suarez 7, Queretaro, 76000 Santiago de Queretaro, QRO, Mexico
(20.59104, -100.39209)
Quintana Roo
Yucatan 31, Nahhalal, YUC, Mexico
(19.88581, -89.11635)
Quintana Roo, Mexico: 150 hot pots and 150 clean cookstoves.
Felipe Carrillo Puerto - Valladolid, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, QROO, Mexico
(19.71628, -88.08363)
Tabasco
Carratera Federal 195, Payacatengo, TAB, Mexico
(17.79646, -92.85788)
Tabasco, Mexico: 125 hot pots and 125 clean cookstoves.
Unnamed Rd, TAB, Mexico
(18.10287, -92.97039)
The Mesoamerican Reef reaches all the way from point A to approximately here in the Bay Islands of Honduras.
Honduras
(16.42277, -85.68242)
The Mesoamerican Reef reaches from here, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, to point B.
Nicolas Bravo 4, Centro - Supmza. 001, Isla Mujeres, QROO, Mexico
(21.39344, -86.79204)
Veracruz
Miguel a de Quevedo 4539, Unidad Veracruzana, 91710 Veracruz, VER, Mexico
(19.18833, -96.14887)
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