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  • A tour group from ecotourism business Adventures in the Last Corridor explore possible caving tour options (Photo: Cathy Smith)

    Business incubation motivates fire management

    Entrepreneurs from forest communities in Belize are embarking on new businesses ventures, where the products and services come from the forest itself. As well as supporting livelihoods, driving these businesses forward doubles up as an incentive to protect the forests from fire

    6 March 2017 | Blog | Forests
  • San Isidro Ketchi Cuisine and Craft Restaurant (SIKCCR - San Isidro) worked on their business plan (Photo: Duncan Macqueen)

    Community forest-farm business training under way in Belize

    IIED and partners are providing business training to community groups hoping to set up forest-farm enterprises in the pine woodlands of southern Belize. The project aims to promote conservation, community-based fire risk management and just and sustainable use of woodland resources

    14 September 2016 | Blog | Forests
  • Pre-emptive controlled burning in Belize is preventing severe uncontrolled wild fires during the driest months (Photo: Toledo Institute for Development and Environment)

    Flaming parrots and palmetto palms

    A new business opportunity could help protect Belize's Yellow-headed parrots and benefit local communities as well

    8 February 2016 | Blog | Biodiversity
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