Activity Report 2022
We present our technical and financial results, what we do to achieve them and which partners and collaborators we work with. Each achievement speaks about new possibilities of living and being in the world. Biodiversity conservation is central to socioeconomic transformation and facing critical challenges such as the one we are currently experiencing with the climate crisis. With our work, we seek to carry out the necessary transformations to overcome these challenges, through science, innovation, education and social participation.
Activity Report 2021
Since its foundation in 1992, IPÊ has always been determined to act for the conservation of Brazilian biodiversity. In these 30 years, positive results have been obtained, through the dedication of our teams, partnerships with companies, and articulations with public authorities. These achievements only encourage us to move forward in our mission.
Here is a publication celebrating this anniversary and our latest results.
Activity Report 2020
“The year 2020 represented a time of great challenges and a test of our ability to deal with adversity. The changes that the world underwent, and that also affected us, made us rethink some of our approaches, always with the concern to maintain our commitment to the institutional mission and also to keep the team supported and strengthened.” Eduardo H. Ditt, Executive Secretary.
Check the activities report for the latest results of IPÊ’s work in the most varied formats, and learn how our actions influence the life of nature and of people. Here you can access data about our projects in the Atlantic Forest, Amazon, Cerrado, and Pantanal. Also, check out all about ESCAS courses and our campaigns to bring society closer to biodiversity.
Committed to transparency of data and results, the list of partners and supporters is also available, as well as financial data and information on auditing our accounts. Happy reading!
Activity Report 2019
To conserve the Brazilian biodiversity – our mission – we carry out a series of actions on different fronts. Research, environmental education, forest restoration, participatory biodiversity monitoring, implementation of sustainable and efficient production systems, and partnerships in sustainable business are among the examples of initiatives that you have the opportunity to check out in detail in the 2019 Activities Report. The report also brings our financial data, with all the pertinent information about the use of the funds raised for the development of our work. You can also check out all the partners who have trusted in our potential and expertise for over 28 years, and understand the importance of investing in socio-environmental conservation to ensure a quality life for all.
Activity Report 2018
In 2018, we continue to celebrate important results for the conservation of Brazilian biodiversity. These are the achievements of the black lion tamarin, the tapir, and the giant armadillo, despite the continuous pressures on their natural habitats and their lives; achievements of the people who are with us on this journey, 200 families who today work with alternative income methodologies in favor of biodiversity; and achievements of the students we graduate through our school, ESCAS, who are today transforming the socio-environmental reality in several places. The year was also a time to expand our actions with the approval of the LIRA – Amazon Region Integrated Legacy, benefiting more than 80 Conservation Units and Protected Areas in the biome. Follow our results.
Activity Report 2017
25 YEARS OF A DREAM
Check out the projects and activities we carried out for biodiversity conservation, throughout 2017. In the year we celebrate our 25th anniversary, learn more about our impact and the results of our research on species conservation, environmental education and community involvement, forest restoration, and influence on public policies. Check also how ESCAS – School of Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, has supported new leadership in sustainability, transforming people through education.
Activity Report 2016
TOGETHER FOR BIODIVERSITY
Actions and projects of IPÊ – Institute for Ecological Research throughout 2016. Check out our results for the conservation of Brazilian biodiversity. Science, Education, Forest Restoration, Income Generation, Sustainable Business, and influencing Public Policy are our strategies. Our team of professionals and researchers, the communities in the areas where we operate, and our partners work together on innovative proposals for socio-environmental transformation in Brazil. Find out more!
Activity Report 2015
OUR WAY OF CARING FOR NATURE
Check out our 2015 activities! There are several scientific researches, environmental education activities for students and communities, projects with small producers, and training and education about environment and sustainability. In the publication, you will also learn how we work in partnership with companies and organizations to develop innovations for the protection of natural resources in a way that balances socioeconomic and environmental interests.
Activities Report 2014
In the 2014 Activities Report, you will learn a little more about IPÊ’s work in the Amazon, Atlantic Forest, and Pantanal biomes, and the social and environmental impact of these actions.
Check out the Highlights, the Awards, the Projects by location, information about ESCAS – School of Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, and our partnerships and campaigns.
The issue also has an English summary.
Activities Report 2013
IPÊ, throughout 2013, developed several projects that provided more than 250 thousand trees planted and monitored; species studies as the focus of integrated conservation programs; approximately 500 people trained by our college; and more than 10.9 thousand people involved in the projects and informed by means of lectures and other forms of educational communication.
Check out our actions:
Activities Report 2012
The Activities Report 2012 talks about IPÊ’s activities in the year in which the Institution celebrated 20 years! Our actions at Rio+20, the conservation work in three biomes – Amazon, Atlantic Forest and Pantanal, as well as our school activities, can be found here. Testimonials from students, community and partners are also part of this report, as well as a timeline, which tells a little more of our history. Check it out.
Activities Report 2011
The 2011 Activities Report brings everything about IPÊ’s activities in the year, initiatives and innovations for biodiversity conservation. Here, you can access project results and get to know the actions that translate our way of thinking and teaching. Find out what was highlighted in the year, our achievements and challenges for socio-environmental sustainability, and get to know the opinion of the communities and our partners. The publication also has an English version at the end. Happy reading!
Activities Report 2010
In 2010, IPÊ celebrated 18 years, with a team of 80 professionals, 15 of whom are masters and 10 doctors. The year was marked by the Institute’s contribution to species conservation and forest restoration, the creation of milestones in public policies for the conservation of Conservation Units, contact and discussions with the business community about biodiversity, new institutional partnerships, strengthening of its education centers (CBBC and ESCAS), and the winning of awards that recognize not only the efforts, but also the results of this year’s work.
Activities Report 2009
This report presents an excerpt from IPÊ’s timeline: achievements in the year 2009. It is an interesting piece of our history because, besides contemplating projects and initiatives that have always integrated the IPÊ model of operation, it is full of innovations that we consider fundamental for the success of our actions.
Activities Report 2008
The preparation for the challenges of IPÊ’s growth and the continuity of its actions was one of the most important issues in 2008. After a five-year strategic planning exercise carried out at the end of 2007, the professional team and the board started a new stage of development and consolidation of the Institute’s various initiatives.
Activities Report 2007
The document presented here has been formatted to show project-by-project results with emphasis on the objectives, main results, and, where relevant, the beneficiaries. The last five years have been extraordinary for the institution. As you will see in the following pages, we have achieved goals never imagined, and have delivered results beyond expectations.