Chihuahua is a northwestern State in Mexico, bordering to the north with the states of New Mexico and Texas (United States). It is the largest State in the Country and it is made up of three large regions: Sierra, Plain or Plateau and Desert, which run from west to east in the form of large bands. This generates contrasting climatic and geographic conditions, providing the state its familiar images: its great deserts, mountains, canyons, and forests.We collaborate with ejidos and private landowners to generate high quality offsets In Chihuahua, working on over 53,000 hectares, implementing Improved Forest Management (IFM) projects, based on the Climate Action Reserve’s forest protocol for Mexico.
Durango is the fourth largest state in the country, on the northwestern edge of the Mesa del Centro, where it meets the Sierra Madre Occidental—the highest peaks in the state. In most of the state the climate is cold and dry, with heavy rains throughout the year. The state has wide extensions of the pine-oak ecosystem but it is most renowned for the fauna that inhabits it, including animals previously declared extinct, such as the Mexican black bear. Mexican wolves, grizzly bears, and cougars can also be found.In Durango we work on both ejido and communal lands on an area of over 64,000 hectares under forest management, in which we will implement improved forest management projects, based on the Climate Action Reserve’s forest protocol for Mexico.