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Marco Vinicio Cerezo

Chief Executive Officer

FUNDAECO

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Rivers Racing through the Rainforest - Puro Fairtrade Coffee

www.purocoffee.com [cached]

Our shoot came to a close at our Pink Headed Warbler Reserve and Marco Cerezo, CEO of FUNDAECO was excited to show us another area of outstanding beauty he was desperate to protect.
Marco led us into the Cuchumatanes mountains and allowed nature to do the talking. Stunning rivers twisting their way through the damp forest, where moss and amphibious life thought to have been lost from our world for over 30 years, can still be found thriving in the moisture. But Marco told us of a large foreign coffee consortium's plans to buy the land and turn into into a giant unsustainable sun-grown coffee plantation. Not the first time coffee would have made its presence known to this area.


CHIP NOTES Aug-Sep 1996

baltimorebirdclub.org [cached]

The spotting scope and binoculars were donated by the winners, Chan Robbins and John Malcom, to Marco Cerezo, the Director of Fundaeco, the environmental conservation program MOS has supported in Guatemala.


www.wildlifeextra.com

"Thank you for the invaluable support we have received from World Land Trust in creating San Isidro Reserve, in the Western Highlands of Guatemala," said Marco Cerezo, Director of FUNDAECO.


www.worldlandtrust.org

"This important effort among research academics, local conservationists and organizations that funds the protection of unique ecosystems will help avoid the rapid degradation of this unique biological treasure and fight against poverty supporting livelihoods for local communities" Marco Cerezo, General Director, FUNDAECO.
On the impact of the reserve Marco said "This is a great success for natural resources and conservation efforts in the Northern Region of Huehuetenango, as it will open the door to larger and better conservation efforts in the region of Guatemala with the highest amphibian diversity and endemism."


globalwildlife.org

"This area will fill an important conservation gap in the Guatemalan system of protected areas, and will ensure the conservation of many endemic and endangered amphibians in this globally recognized AZE (Alliance for Zero Extinction) site," said Marco Cerezo, Director General of FUNDAECO.


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