Green Initiative

Milagros,
An Extraordinary Bear

The First Climate Positive Animated-Film in the World supporting Reforestation and Ecosystem Restoration.

The Goal

Science-Based Ecosystem Restoration by planting 100,000 trees using a wide diversity of plants to safeguard the habitats of endangered wildlife species listed in the IUCN Red List by 2030.

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Accelerator

Organizations dedicated to accelerating ecosystem and wildlife restoration for nature positive impact projects promoting and supporting the involvement of more organizations, fostering a collective effort.

Partner

Organizations deeply committed to long-term ecosystem and wildlife restoration that are actively engaged in nature-positive impact projects. 

Participant

Individuals or organizations dedicated to contributing to ecosystem and wildlife restoration for nature’s positive impact through tree planting initiatives.

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Ecosystems restoration in benefit of the Andean Bear

Beautiful Positive Impacts

Green Initiative’s partnership with Chaska Entertainment revolutionizes the production and distribution of the animated film “Milagros, una osa extraordin√°ria” by Restoring Ecosystems, setting new climate standards in the industry.

Our collaboration with Chaska Entertainment ensures that every aspect of the film’s creation follows sustainable practices and eco-friendly principles. From pre-production to post-production, we prioritize reducing carbon emissions, minimizing waste, and conserving resources.

By integrating environmentally conscious strategies into the filmmaking process, we aim to inspire and educate audiences about the importance of preserving our planet. Through “Milagros, una osa extraordin√°ria,” we bring together the magic of storytelling with a powerful message of environmental stewardship.

Join us in this groundbreaking partnership as we strive to make a positive impact on both the entertainment industry and the planet. Together, we can create a brighter, greener future for generations to come.

This film is a magnificent endeavor geared to touch the hearts and minds of youth and adults. It presents the wonders of the natural world and calls for human responsibility to protect and restore ecosystems worldwide.

The film production and its distribution process will pass through Green Initiative¬īs Climate Positive certification cycle.¬†A new standard for family entertainment and environmental education, recognized by the United Nations Decade Ecosystems Restoration Program and by the United Nations Climate Change Organization.

Led by Chaska Entertainment, the international distribution of¬†‚ÄúMilagros, a unique bear‚ÄĚ ¬†provides all partners engaged in this venture, with a unique opportunity to set an environmentally responsible benchmark for family entertainment.

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The Beauty of it

Science-based ecosystems restoration

Strategy

Connecting people and companies who would like to support unique ecosystem restoration

Biodiversity

Recovery of biodiversity loss in the Amazon Basin

Market-based Solutions

To raise the interest in ecosystem restorations at critical biodiversity hotspots

Unique Value Added Proposition

Adding value to private sector investments by developing climate action and nature positive impacts

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Partner

Organizations deeply committed to long-term ecosystem and wildlife restoration that are actively engaged in nature-positive impact projects. 

Accelerator

Organizations dedicated to accelerating ecosystem and wildlife restoration for nature positive impact projects promoting and supporting the involvement of more organizations, fostering a collective effort.

Participant

Individuals or organizations dedicated to contributing to ecosystem and wildlife restoration for nature’s positive impact through tree planting initiatives.

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Aditional Flora and FAUNA Benefited
IUCN Red List species

Caoba

Swietenia macrophyla

Quinilla

Manilkara bidentata

Sangre de grado

Croton draconoides

Huicungo

Astrocaryum huicungo

Mono maquisapa

Ateles chamek

Mono coto

Alouatta seniculus

Jaguar

Panthera onca

Oso hormiguero

Myrmecophaga tridactyla

Guacamayo azul y amarillo

Ara ararauna

Aguila harpía

Harpia harpyja 

Cedro

Cedrela odorata

Ishpingo

Amburuna cearensis

Copaiba

Copaifera paupera

TAMBOPATA - MADRE DE DIOS IMPACT REGION

IMPACT
INDICATORS

species of amphibians
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species of mammals
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species of fish
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species of birds
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species of butterflies
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species of plants

All this biodiversity represents 5% of all biodiversity in the world (Smithsonian Institute, Regional Strategy of Biological Diversity of Madre de Dios) and 15% of the peruvian Amazon, conserving 12% of the reserves of Amazon Carbon (WWF).

The Positive impacts of the
Milagros project
to the region

Science-Based Ecosystem Restoration by planting 100,000 trees using a wide diversity of plants to safeguard the habitats of endangered wildlife species listed in the IUCN Red List by 2030, among timber species, fruit trees and palm trees, with the means of developing sustainable activities of economic value, recovery of biodiversity and reduction of deforestation, as well as contributing to carbon capture, reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, reducing the erosion of soils, and generating environmental services for the benefit of the local population.

Work with local communities to raise awareness of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, the installation of communal nurseries.

Reforest and enrich the forest to protect the habitat of threatened wildlife species included in the IUCN list of threatened species of wildlife, such as mammals, birds, reptiles and likewise. These reforested areas act as fauna corridors to recover fragmented habitats for wild animals, and maintain, in this way, the genetic exchange.

Provide seasonal employment to local inhabitants. Each tree will be planted either by the owner of the land to be reclaimed or by a local inhabitant of the community. Giving them incentives and training and making them feel part of the solution will ensure that they protect trees in the future for the good of the planet and their own livelihoods.

Restore 1 hectare planting 1,000 thousand trees, among timber species, fruit trees and palm trees, with the means of developing sustainable activities of economic value, recovery of biodiversity and reduction of deforestation, as well as contributing to carbon capture, reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, reducing the erosion of soils, and generating environmental services for the benefit of the local population.

Work with local communities to raise awareness of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, the installation of communal nurseries.

Reforest and enrich the forest to protect the habitat of threatened wildlife species included in the IUCN list of threatened species of wildlife, such as mammals, birds, reptiles and likewise. These reforested areas act as fauna corridors to recover fragmented habitats for wild animals, and maintain, in this way, the genetic exchange.

Provide seasonal employment to local inhabitants. Each tree will be planted either by the owner of the land to be reclaimed or by a local inhabitant of the community. Giving them incentives and training and making them feel part of the solution will ensure that they protect trees in the future for the good of the planet and their own livelihoods.

Ecosystem Yearly Restoration Cycle of Species

First
Seeding
August (start in 2023)
Second
Seeding
October
Third
Seeding
Feburary
Fourth
Seeding
April
Fifth
Seeding
May
Sixth
Seeding
July

Impact Monitoring

Our responsibility is to have the plants in good condition and ensure that the results are verifiable by the sponsor. In this sense, we present the coordinates of the reforested space with a map of its location.

Once the plantation is finished, we proceed to control the state of the plants and maintain them. The plants are irrigated continuously with a pump to extract water from the river and use backpacks to irrigate the plantation. Transparency and consistency: Report pages will be available to access your updated reports.

Climate Benefits
and Carbon Capture

With each group of 1,000 trees planted in a period of 15 years in the Buffer Zone of the Tambopata National Reserve will be able to capture 3,332.27 tonnes of CO¬≤ with a margin of error of ¬Ī10%.

Tree Name Scientific Name Trees within each 1,000 units planted CO² tonnes capture equiv. / 15 years
Capirona Calycophyllum spruceanum 212 146.23
Cedro Cedrela odorata 64 13.24
Lupuna Ceiba pentandra 194 1,544.02
Limón Sutil Citrus aurantifolia 50 1.77
Naranja Citrus sinensis 50 12.32
Shihushuaco Dipteryx micrantha 34 28.54
Wasai Euterpe precatoria 4 1.52
Huito Genipa americana 47 40.14
Bolaina Negra Guazuma ulmifolia 9 2.87
Quinilla Manilkara bidentata 126 521.46
Aguaje Mauritia flexuosa 30 22.35
Camu-camu Myrciaria dubia 40 0.28
Moena Alcanfor Ocotea costulata 2 8.28
Ungurahui Oenocarpus bataua 80 9.20
Chimicua Pseudolmedia laevis 9 17.88
Espintana Pseudoxandra williamsii 2 0.22
Guayaba Guayaba 1 0.15
Yacushapana Terminalia oblonga 28 92.70
Copoazu Theobroma grandiflorum 18 869.11
Total 1,000 3,332.27

Local Partners

inkaterra asociacion - greeninitiative

A non-profit organization committed to scientific research as a basis for the conservation of biodiversity, education, and the well-being of local communities.

Inkaterra Association has the support of influential organizations such as Geographic Society, Smithsonian Institution, Global Environment Facility (United Nations), Conservation International, World Bank, International Game Fish Association, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, CAF (Development Bank of Latin America), Harvard University, University of Oregon, Agrarian University ‚ÄďLa Molina, Mayor San Marcos National University, etc.

accion andina and green initiative

Acción Andina maintains healthy Andean ecosystems and will help to perpetuate the ecosystem services of one million hectares of Polylepis forests and high Andean wetlands.

With large-scale restoration and conservation actions provide both economic and conservation benefits to communities.

Their model and its results will be replicated in other biospheres on the planet.

GFG and ECOAN lead AccioŐĀn Andina together as the managing partners.

Forest Friends

Forest Friends‚ĄĘ is a pioneering certification developed by Green Initiative, designed to actively support reforestation efforts that contribute to Science-Based Ecosystem and Wildlife Restoration, ultimately transforming lives through the creation of biodiverse forests.

Since 2015, Green Initiative’s certifications have empowered both public and private organizations to establish science-based emissions reductions targets, while also guiding them towards verified carbon offset solutions.

Our primary focus is to encourage and prioritize biodiversity, which has been the driving force behind our original inspiration and remains our unwavering aspiration.

Ecological Restoration Approach

GLOBAL STANDARDS
AND PRINCIPLES

WHERE

Tambopata National Reserve, department of Madre de Dios, Peru - Biodiversity Hub.

What

Actions for the Recovery of Ecosystems, Habitats and Native Species.

Approach

Task Force on Best Practices of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, which supports the development of global principles for ecosystem restoration.

Alignment

Methodology and Principles of the UN Decade for Ecosystem Restoration.

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