Preserving this 93 ha. primary, tropical rain forest, that the wildlife depend upon in this vital corridor provides income for Omar’s granddaughter to finish school. Without it she can’t finish.
What are your CO2 emissions each year? Do you know? Omar Quesada has conserved this 93 ha. rain forest for decades. He, and his daughter Miriam, must come up with the resources to provide an education for Miriam’s daughter. She has only a couple of years of school left to graduate with a degree. Although Miriam works they live in constant financial distress. This forest is removing approximately 1115 metric tons of CO2/year from the Earth’s atmosphere. Offset your CO2 and help this family.
Payments for environmental services to the Quesada’s for 1 year saves 93 ha. forest from being sold/developed, preserves habitat necessary for the wildlife, gives resources badly needed by this family and removes much CO2 from our atmosphere.
Preserving this forest ensures habitat for the resident wildlife, absorbs approx. 1115 metric tons of CO2 annually, creates community awareness of forest importance and gives the family necessary resources for their children to finish their education
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).
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