THE PERUVIAN AMAZON JUNGLE

The richest flora and fauna in the world.


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SERVICIOS de ANIMACIÓN CON ARENA para EVENTOS

ANIMACION CON ARENA 
Hoy  en la esfera comercial e institucional se hace énfasis en la participación del arte y diseño como herramienta comunicacional para diferente objetivo: charlas para motivación del personal,sensibilización de los ejecutivos, proyectos de mejora de una empresa, su misión,
la estrategia, los objetivos, las tácticas y las políticas de actuación.rafael-seminario-coello-animator
Servicios para  eventos,Informes 4224152 mkt@onetooneperu.org

Arte en Arena Esta disciplina merece un comentario diferencial, porque tiende a sorprender y fascinar con cada acción proyectadas en una pantallaque el animador hace al diseñar con la arena, como un artista que cumple aquel concepto inicial de “interpretación personal de lo real o imaginado”porque esta forma de arte es una sumatoria proporcional de cine, diseño, literatura, música y arte plástica, en proporciones variables, de ahí proviene su impacto.
Incluya en su evento empresarial institucional  una amena   proyección artística por medio del arte con arena. Servicio  del desarrollo de los conceptos que desee exhibir  de acuerdo a sus necesidades especiales. Resalte la imagen de su institución, dé un acento artístico a sus presentaciones para todo tipo de contenido, de forma subliminal.
La importancia del Capital Humano El arte en arena servirá para motivar, educar y formar a su personal ,para que cada colaborador realicen efectivamente sus actividades porque finalmente los aportes solo se recuperan si las empresas marchan bien.

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PERU CREATES A MASSIVE NATIONAL PARK NOV 2015 – PERU CREA UN INMENSO PARQUE NATIONAL EN EL AMAZONAS NOV 2015

Larger than Yosemite and Yellowstone combined, the park strengthens an already massive green corridor. Saludamos la iniciativa y por fin aprobada ley de creacion de Parque Nacional “Sierra del Divisor” en este gobierno en el Amazonas, Peru.

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Jaguars now have home in the New Peru’s National Park

A massive swath of protected Amazon rainforest—a green corridor teeming with wildlife— has just grown by 3.3 million acres thanks to the establishment on Sunday of a new national park, Sierra del Divisor, in Peru. The addition of the new park—which is larger than Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks combined— “strategically secures the final link in a 67 million-acre Andes-Amazon Conservation Corridor, forming one of the largest contiguous blocks of protected areas in the Amazon,” according to the conservation group Rainforest Trust. That means that the new park is a large and important puzzle piece in securing a ribbon of wild land “that extends for more than 1,100 miles from the banks of the Amazon in Brazil to the snowy peaks of the Peruvian Andes,” according to Paul Salaman, of Rainforest Trust.
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The addition of this park, according to Mother Nature Network, links a number of protected areas, and “by filling in this gap, it strengthens the regional wildlife corridors that help boost the genetic diversity of rare species and give wildlife more space for adapting to climate change.”  Large mammals like jaguars and tapirs, which are in decline throughout much of their range, live here. And Sierra del Divisor is home to cougars, giant armadillos, sloths, many kinds of monkeys, including red uakari and Goeldi’s monkeys, 80 amphibian species, as well as 300 kinds of fish, and 550 bird species.

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Adrian Forsyth, Executive Director of the Andes Amazon Fund, tells Mongabay that the park is good for people, animals, and the environment:  ”It’s primary forests are massive and maintain not just immense stores of carbon but are also the ark that will help carry huge amounts of biodiversity through the climate change bottleneck. Thousands of indigenous people now have their ancestral homeland and the natural life support systems that sustain their communities protected by national law. It’s a huge win for the planet!”  The establishment of Sierra del Divisor as a national park has been years in the making, and some people had begun to despair that it would never happen. According the Guardian just this past July:  In 2006 Peru’s government established a 1.4 million hectare temporary “protected natural area” in this region called the Sierra del Divisor Reserved Zone. Six years later a government commission agreed it would be converted into a national park, and, all that remains now, after a painful administrative process, several key advances made this year and indigenous leaders lobbying various ministries, is for Peru’s Cabinet to approve it and the president, Ollanta Humala, to sign off on it. That is how it has stood since early May – and still nothing.

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But now something. Something big, in fact. “After two decades of collaborating with CEDIA [Center for the Development of an Indigenous Amazon] to protect indigenous territories and establish nature reserves, parks and sanctuaries throughout the Amazon of Peru, we have finally completed the centerpiece with the declaration of Sierra del Divisor National Park,” Salaman of Rainforest Trust says. “This permanent conservation corridor is one of the greatest refuges for biodiversity on Earth.”

Thanks to source: http://thewildlife.wbur.org/2015/11/11/a-win-for-the-amazon-peru-creates-massive-national-park/ – By Vicky Croke