Environmental Impact

By making a living from wild rubber, locals protect large areas of the native Amazon rainforest. Local populations have a political influence over preserved natural areas. Supporting the rainforest micro-economies means avoiding deforestation, mining, cattle ranch, the abandonment of green. It also means to engage knowledge about local fauna and flora.

In a sentence, it is to act in pro of the Amazon rainforest and the whole planet.​


Social Biodiversity

The TEA, FDL, FSA, and MBS are new materials of social innovation in the Amazon rainforest. They are opportunities for better income generation by local communities within an eco-friendly system of crafting rubber. The production influences the inclusion of women and young adults in the chain, feeding the sustainability cycle.