Biocorredor El Armadillo

This initiative was born in 2018, when we began to develop a project that would allow us to capture greenhouse gases through reforestation, build positive relationships with the public sector in Ecuador, recuperate water sources and protect the endemic flora and fauna of the Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas region.

The Armadillo Bio-corridor has managed to include all of these objectives whilst at the same time setting a visible example of leadership in encouraging other similar initiatives in the region. 

The project will have its own Interpretation and Education centre, from which  any new public, private or civil initiative will be monitored and supported.

Through this project all of the brands associated with ‘Go Planet’ will be registered in the United Nations Global Pact for Climate Change.


Our Objectives:

  • Reforestation of 83 hectares
  • Increase plant cover with 20,000 trees
  • Capture 71.971 TM of CO2 per year
  • Oxygen emissions per year of 28TM
  • Real time communication with consumers
  • Satellite evaluation of the bio-corridor progress
  • Environmental education in more than 200 schools in the local area about the effects of climate change.
  • Establish a pilot project for environmental public policy in the bio-corridor region.
    • Monitoring species returning to the bio-corridor
    • Armadillo, guanta, raposa, guatusa, porcupine, white-fronted cappuccino, white-fronted peccary, opossum, sloth, anteater, mico, hedgehog.
    • Training farmers associated with project about effects of crops on climate change?
    • Recuperation of flora via reforestation including
    • Rainforest black berries, mountain grape, pambil, rubber, guava.
    • Awareness campaign aimed at general population on the care and benefits of wild fauna in the bio-corridor.

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Our businesses are at the forefront of driving initiatives that combat climate change.

For the next 3 years we are funding & developing a Bio Corridor in the Coastal region of Ecuador.

“El Armadillo”