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Our conservation initiatives

Protecting the land is the first step in our mission to conserve the Reserve. To ensure that the land remains protected in perpetuity, we have employed a local legal instrument. In addition, we have established a conservation alliance with The Nature Conservancy, the world's largest environmental organization, to design and oversee a comprehensive conservation plan. The Nature Conservancy employs science-based methodologies in collaboration with partners and local communities to protect priority ecosystems around the world. To develop ecological planning for the Reserve, they use the Open Standards for Conservation methods (Estándares Abiertos para la Conservación). This integrated approach to strategic planning and conservation management is based on the adaptive management cycle, allowing for continuous improvement over time. The Open Standards for Conservation methodology provides a comprehensive and standardized approach to conservation project design, management, and monitoring, with common concepts, terminology, and focus. It can be applied to any geographic, temporal, or programmatic scale, and prioritizes work based on proposed conservation goals and objectives, both within and beyond the protected area. By implementing this methodology, we are able to ensure that our conservation efforts are strategic, effective, and sustainable, and contribute to the long-term protection of biodiversity in the Reserve and beyond.

Conservation within the Reserve

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Conservation based on science

The Reserve´s main objective is perpetual conservation of fragile territories throughout the world, as well as the restoration of damaged zones. To achieve this, we are partnering for conservation with the world's largest environmental organization: The Nature Conservancy.

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Explora shares all of its experience in exploration and remote location management to connect shareholders and visitors with nature. The reserves have public access, increasing alternatives for exploration around the national parks and remote zones.

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Fund for perpetual financing

Funds are created that invest in financial instruments, where the returns finance perpetual conservation. To accomplish this, specific foundations are created to safeguard the funds and invest according to ESG standards.

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Legal protection

The first step for conservation is to legally bind the land for conservation. Local legal instruments like easements can be used, or, for example, in Chile, a ¨Derecho Real de Conservación.¨ These instruments allocate less than 3% for infrastructure and trails, while the rest is left for conservation in perpetuity.