RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Through a new government intervention strategy, the Peruvian Ministry of Environment (MINAM) will seek to monitor the entirety of its forests by 2030, said Rudy Alberto Valdivia, head of MINAI's Technical Unit of the National Forest Conservation Program for the Mitigation of Climate Change as part of the International Day of Forests, celebrated every March 21st.
He explained that this strategy also aims to preserve 10 million hectares, thus benefiting over 1,000 native communities, peasants and small producers in the country.
"Forests are an asset for development and our task in preserving them is . . .