Meet the inspiring ecopreneurs with solutions to restore and protect the Amazon

Toque Amazomico workers Amazon Bioeconomy Challenge ecopreneur movement

There is a growing ecopreneur movement that seeks to foster 'bioeconomy' business models that preserve and restore the Amazon Rainforest while making sustainable use of its standing-forest resources in order to provide livelihoods for its people. Image: Toque Amazomico Ltda

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Impact Lead, Uplink, 1t.org
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Sustainability & Inclusion Senior Specialist - Forest Conservation, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB Group)
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