To care about the environment is to teach the value of life.
The Amazon represents approximately one third of all tropical forests on the planet, and has the richest biodiversity in the world. The Amazon forest occupies more than 7.5 million km2. There are also places bordering the Peruvian jungle, also known as the tropical Andes, where the Amazonian forests are preserved at 1000 m. above sea level.
An important part of the Amazon forest has been deforested by poorly planned and unscrupulous economic activities.
The greatest challenge for environmental movements is to simultaneously promote the preservation of their species, the sustained development of their populations, and the efficient use of their natural resources. This means, to establish effective, long-lasting and viable strategies that do not end in conflicts nor disagreements with local communities, working in a joint and coordinated way for an optimal conservation.