The Grupo Argos Foundation works on a comprehensive management of water resources to improve the quality of life of people and protect sensitive ecosystems.
Grupo Argos Foundation 2018 report
We generate alliances to ensure greater impact and sustainability in the programs we implement:
Social programs for regional development and social transformation.
Cabo Manglares, in the department of Nariño (Colombia), is one of the protected reserves within the framework of the Alliance for the Conservation of Biodiversity, Territory and Culture.
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The spectacled bear is unique in South America and in the project Conserve Life we have already signed more than 25 conservation agreements to protect a territory through which you can move safely
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The puma is another of the mammals whose habitat we are looking to protect by the agreements reached with the farmers in the Huella Viva project that we developed in Colombia.
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The work with the communities is essential for the conservation of the Canal de Dique in Cartagena (Colombia).
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In our biodiversity corridors in Sucre and Bolívar (Colombia) hundreds of animal species have found a place to live safely.
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In Barú (Colombia) we develop a conservation project of more than 500 hectares to protect the tropical dry forest.
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Traducir del: inglés 185/5000 Cuenca Verde is an alliance in which Grupo Argos participates, which seeks to protect the La Fe and Rio Grande II basins, which supply the Aburrá Valley (Colombia) with water resources.
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Reverde C is a program that seeks to protect the watersheds of Valle del Cauca, through the planting of millions of native trees.
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