CONSERVATION OF TROPICAL BIODIVERSITY BY FACILITATING LOCAL COMMUNITY-LED PROJECTS.
Photo: Angélica Martínez
How we work
To accomplish our goals, we work closely with local stakeholders in community-led projects, educational and social programs, capacity building and empowerment of civil society, enforcing environmental and animal welfare laws, cooperative research, implementing sustainable economic alternatives and improving local living standards.
Entropika proposes small, but strategic, replicable, and systemic changes in which improving individual and collective well-being contributes to the fair, sustainable, and democratic use of common-pool resources to protect the cultural and environmental heritage of one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems from the high demand for natural resource extraction, subsequently improving the protection of wildlife species and their ecosystems.