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Black Jaguar Foundation present(s) at World Economic Forum Climate Hub

By 30. January 2024February 15th, 2024News Home

On 15 January 2024 we presented our mission to realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, at the Climate Hub in collaboration with GreenUp, supported by the World Economic Forum and the City of Davos.

We are honoured and proud that Prof. Carlos Nobre became our official Ambassador! As one of the most renowned Earth System Scientist, Nobel prize winner and guardian of the Amazon, Carlos Nobre represents the science and the importance beyond our project, and the necessity to take action now.

Our mission of Hope and Action, is backed up by science, our impact study and ambassadors such as Carlos Nobre that advocate the positive social and environmental effects the 2600 km long Araguaia Corridor will create in the region and beyond.

BJF New Ambassador: Carlos Nobre
BJF Presentation at World Economic Forum Climate Hub

Not only did we meet a lot of new people and made the first steps in building new long-term partnerships. It was also a great opportunity to connect and re-connect to our existing partners, learn from other NGOs and leaders in the field of restoration and biodiversity and work together with the BJF Team.

We are happy to share some pictures and videos of the event and stay tuned for more updates.

Would you like to join us in realizing one of the longest biodiversity corridors on Earth? Become one of the First 600 to join our mission of hope and action HERE.