The XiCO2e project is a comprehensive initiative spanning four regions of Mexico – the Durango, Tamaulipas, and Tabasco states, and the Yucatán Peninsula – with a goal to promote sustainable forest management, enhance carbon sequestration, and empower local communities. The project aims to replant degraded areas with a diverse array of trees and support community forest management through regular training in sustainable resource management.
This project is not just about preserving the forest and biodiversity. It is also about improving the quality of life for the people living in these regions. By providing access to employment opportunities and enabling local people to become stewards of their own land, the project is helping to build a better future for communities across the four regions.
Through this ambitious initiative, the XiCO2e project is setting an inspiring example of what can be achieved when people come together to create positive change for their environment and their communities.
The three projects in this project umbrella are:
XiCO2e: Durango Forest Project
XiCO2e: Mexican Peninsula Forest Project
XiCO2e: Mexican Reforestation Project
IFM & Afforestation/ Reforestation
15 Ejidos are conserving the forest and making sure it remains sustainable forever.
Biodiversity protection and establishment of new habitats
Protecting 460,108 ha of tropical forest
With this project,