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We know the environmental regulations and we understand the needs of the organizations. We accompany and promote sustainable productive development. We develop management strategies to incorporate sustainability criteria, continuously monitoring each of the technical and legal aspects.

We have a multidisciplinary team who provide experience and knowledge in each of the requirements necessary to start a project or develop an activity that impacts the environment.  We help the organization in each development stages, advising and assisting in complying with applicable environmental regulations.

Social Responsibility

Social responsibility in project development is crucial because it ensures that initiatives are ethically grounded and contribute positively to society and the environment. By prioritizing social responsibility, projects can address the needs and concerns of stakeholders, including local communities, employees, and the environment, leading to sustainable and equitable outcomes. This approach not only enhances the project's social and environmental impact but also builds trust and cooperation among stakeholders, mitigates risks, and improves the project's reputation and long-term viability. Ultimately, integrating social responsibility into project development aligns business practices with broader societal goals, fostering inclusive growth and environmental stewardship.

Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is crucial for businesses as it reflects their commitment to operate ethically and contribute positively to societal, economic, and environmental well-being. CSR implies that companies go beyond profit-making to consider the impact of their operations on the world, including practices related to sustainable development, environmental protection, ethical labor standards, and community engagement.

Community Involvement in Resources Development

Community involvement in resource development is crucial for ensuring that the exploration, extraction, and management of natural resources are sustainable, equitable, and aligned with the needs and values of local populations. It facilitates the integration of local knowledge and perspectives into planning and decision-making processes, and enhances the social acceptability of projects, mitigating conflicts between developers and local communities.

Multi-Stakeholder Engagement

Multi-stakeholder engagement in resource development is essential for ensuring that diverse perspectives and interests are considered, leading to more inclusive and sustainable decisions. It facilitates collaboration among governments, businesses, local communities, and NGOs, enhancing transparency and trust. This approach helps in identifying and addressing potential social, environmental, and economic impacts early on, and reducing conflicts.

Involving communities in resources development, Tusi, Pasco, Peru (2015)

Creating economic opportunities for local people, Santa Rosa de Osos, Antioquia, Colombia (2021)

Multi-Stakeholder Approach for Projects Development, San Roque, Antioquia, Colombia (2020)

Socializing projects development at local communities, Santa Rosa de Osos, Antioquia, Colombia (2019)

Environmental Management

Environmental management is essential for project development and combating climate change as it ensures that projects are designed and implemented in a way that minimizes negative impacts on the environment, conserves natural resources, and supports the resilience of ecosystems. By integrating environmental considerations throughout the project lifecycle, from planning to decommissioning, environmental management helps mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing carbon sequestration, and promoting sustainable use of land and water resources. This approach not only helps protect biodiversity and ecosystems but also ensures that projects are sustainable, compliant with environmental regulations, and aligned with global efforts to combat climate change, thereby contributing to the overall health of the planet and the well-being of current and future generations.


Reforestation helps mitigate climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide, improves air and water quality, conserves biodiversity by providing habitats for wildlife, and promotes sustainability by guaranteeing long-term timber and non-timber resources.

Circular Economy

Sustainable and efficient use and processing of all raw materials is required to protect the environment; the circular economy aims to keep raw materials in a closed loop. In this way, resources are maximally used, the need for new ones is reduced, waste is avoided and the life cycle of products is increased.

Biodiversity Studies

These studies offer your organization deep insight into local ecosystems, identifying species, habitats and diversity patterns. This will allow you to make informed decisions in development projects, ensure regulatory and social compliance, and contribute to the conservation of biodiversity.

Nurseries for Reforestation, Huariaca, Pasco, Peru (2023)

Circular Economy Process

Biodiversity Studies

Reforestation Project, Pasco, Peru (2015)

Projects on Demand

EAutiding POD
Environmental Auditing
Texto de Prueba
Environmental Compliance, Permits and Licenses
Environmental Risk Assessment
Managemental Management Systems & ISO Certifications