Environmental Protection Tarija – PROMETA is a non-profit organization that works for the conservation of biodiversity and the promotion of sustainable development to contribute to the conservation of the environment and improve the quality of life of Bolivians (ace). Its purpose is to preserve nature and promote the sustainable use of natural resources.
PROMETA works with the institutions, authorities and communities that contribute to the mission and institutional vision. The programs and projects it implements are implemented under the principles of equitable participation, valuation of traditional knowledge and fair distribution of benefits.
A vision that binds us together
The work of PROMETA is based on the vision of a society free of poverty that can live in harmony with nature. It is a vision that sounds louder and louder in today’s world, calling us to abandon individualistic tendencies and defend the environment. It is a vision that unites us by recognizing how the diversity and natural beauty of our planet enriches our lives and raises the human spirit. It is a vision that teaches us how the products and services of biodiversity make human life possible on earth. It is a vision that unites us by showing us how, in such a short time, human activity has produced levels of degradation and environmental destruction, which endanger the future of living beings. Finally, it is a vision that challenges us and forces us to find novel ways of making economic development compatible with environmental care. PROMETA is part of a global effort that seeks to spread this vision, to awaken human consciousness about our common destiny to share the planet and the atmosphere.
Contribute to the conservation of the environment to improve the living conditions of Bolivians and Bolivians.
OUR STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
To contribute to the conservation of the ecosystems present and representative of the region.
Promote, strengthen and support the participation of the population in environmental management.
Contribute to the fight against poverty in the communities involved in our programs and projects.