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Español What is green news? News and articles published by the Santa Cruz Grows Green alliance to inform you about what we are doing to protect, conserve and beautify our environment in the state of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Find out!

Santa Cruz Grows Green is a voluntary environmental education alliance between and the Autonomous State Government of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Our mission is to create awareness among inhabitants throughout the state of Santa Cruz so that together we can all take actions that will lead to positive results for our region.

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The Eighteen Municipal Protected Areas of Santa Cruz, Bolivia 
There are eighteen protected areas managed at the municipal level in Bolivia's largest state (or department) of Santa Cruz. These areas have been identified …

The Seven Protected Areas of Santa Cruz, Bolivia 
There are seven areas that are being protected for conservation at the state level in the vast Department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. These areas are …

The Five National Parks of Santa Cruz, Bolivia 
There are five national parks and integrally managed natural areas (ANMIs) in the vast, tropical state of Santa Cruz, in eastern Bolivia. These are …

Our Forests - Sources of Information 
The UN has named 2011 the International Year of Forests; therefore, Santa Cruz Grows Green has dedicated a portion of our website to telling you about …

11 things you can do to help save our forests 
Bolivia's forests are being destroyed at a rate of over 280,000 hectares per year. This is occurring for multiple reasons and no single party is to blame. …

Map of National Parks and Protected Areas in Bolivia 
Español View this map to see where Bolivia's 21 national parks and protected areas are located. Red areas are "national parks". Light green areas are …

UN criticizes destruction of forests in Bolivia, asks for "down to earth" policies 
UN criticizes destruction of forests in Bolivia, at a rate of 300,000 hectares per year, and asks government to bring its policies "down to earth". …

11 ways in which our forests are being destroyed 
Español Worldwide, our forests cover about 31% of the Earth’s land surface. Of this, 36% are primary forests, which have taken hundreds of years to …

11 things you should know about Bolivia's forests 
Español As you read the following keep in mind that more than 20 percent of the world's oxygen is produced in the Amazon rainforest, more than half …

Get to Know Santa Cruz, Our People, Resources, and Biodiversity 
Santa Cruz, the largest state in Bolivia, is located in the eastern region of the country. Over 2.6 million people live in the State of Santa Cruz, in …

Santa Cruz Bolivia State Policy on Environmental Education 
1.INTRODUCTION: It is becoming more and more worrisome to see that the natural resources and environment of the State of Santa Cruz are being severely …

Santa Cruz Environmental Education Center: First in Bolivia 
The Government of the State of Santa Cruz Bolivia, is implementing Bolivia's first Environmental Education Center with the objective of contributing to …

Get to Know the Protected Natural Areas of Santa Cruz Bolivia 
The Autonomous State Government of Santa Cruz, Bolivia, in an effort to protect and conserve our natural resources and environment, continually disseminates …

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