Mexico: the circular bioeconomy to restore the land of the jaguar
In the state of Campeche in Mexico, intensive livestock breeding and oil palm cultivation have replaced the ancestral production of "dye wood". The "Land of the Jaguar" natural ecosystems are true nuggets of biodiversity and are full of endemic species that must be protected, just like the legendary feline. Annette, Regional Coordinator for Reforest'Action, went to meet Juan-Carlos, who is in charge of the project we are financing. Discover the backstory of an innovative concept, combining circular bioeconomy and conservation of natural areas of inestimable value.