Sustainable Development In Costa Rica: Meet The Titi Conservative Alliance

Meet The Titi Conservative Alliance Sustainable Development In Costa Rica
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While tourists and locals alike love to witness the Titi Monkey, also known as, the Squirrel Monkey, few have the drive to take action to see to it that this endangered animal is well protected. Of those rare individuals willing to work on behalf of this beloved animal, there’s one group of local businessmen who have accomplished slews in protecting the Titi Monkey and bringing about sustainable development in Costa Rica, altogether.

 

Sustainable Development In Costa Rica: Meet The Titi Conservative Alliance

 

Preserving the Biodiversity of OUR Central Pacific through habitat reforestation and community empowerment.

 

Started in 2002 by a group of local business owners from Manuel Antonio and Quepos, mainly within the tourism sector, who recognized the need for conservation of their natural environment and sustainable development in Costa Rica to maintain prosperity for their businesses.  Today, the Alliance is a local biodiversity conservation active leader and key advisor within Aguirre County. The Alliance’s work has been essential for the preservation of the Titi Monkey. For three years now, the Alliance’s conversation focus has been enlarged including community empowerment projects.

 

Squirrel Monkey (Saimiri)
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Photo via Josh More

 

The Value Of TCA’s Cause:

1. TCA’s work is important for the international and national conservation community. The Alliance is helping to save the unique Titi monkey subspecies whose only habitat is Costa Rica’s Central Pacific area. Through sustainable development in Costa Rica, TCA is able to protect the endangered Titi monkey.

 

2. As a result of more than ten years of Titi Conservation Alliance’s work in the area, they hold the trust and support of the locals and maintain a great relationship with local businesses and public offices.

 

3. TCA works to make sure all of their work is sustainable. The organization leads and designs projects that empower the beneficiary community to ultimately become the responsible entity and manager of the project.

 

4. All TCA projects are aligned with the direction and carbon neutral strategy of the country.

 

Costa Rica... No artificial ingredients!
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Photo via Arturo Sotillo

 

The Value Of Our Actions

  • There have been 48,000 reforested natives trees since 2003.
  • Every year, more than 800 kids receive our environmental education program and learn about sustainable development in Costa Rica.
  • 22,000 hectors have been transformed into the official Naranjo River Biological Corridor which connects Costa Rican Central and South Pacific regions.
  • Promotes three lectures or workshops per year in sustainable-related topics, and one monitoring or scientific study in the area per year.
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    Mauricio y ganzo bebe
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    Photo via Guillermo A. Durán

     

    Our Philosophy “We are all part of the solution.”

    Titi Conservation Alliance operates as a real alliance between private and public sectors, and the community towards sustainable development in Costa Rica. Our current network of national and local people share our passion. Do you want to be part of our family?

     

    How Can You Help?

  • Join us as a member.  Check our family of member businesses at www.monotiti.org.
  • Volunteer in reforestation projects or in our “Sponsors For a Better Future” program.
  • Adopt a school and help them receive an inspiring environmental education experience.
  • Lead a donation campaign with your guests and clients. We make it worth it!
  • and many more! Contact us and we’d love to help you find a specific way you can get involved!

     

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    Contact Us

    www.monotiti.org 

    email:info@monotiti.org

    Join our FB Group: Titi Conservation Alliance

     
     

    Want to help the Titi Conservation Alliance protect Costa Rica’s environment but have more questions? Don’t be shy- share them in the comments below!

     
     

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