Carbono en Humedales: Experiencias desde América Latina en la Década para la Restauración de los Ecosistemas
Carbon in Wetlands: Experiences from Latin America in the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration



Wetlands play an important role in regulating the global climate by sequestering significant amounts of carbon. However, when these are degraded, drained or burned for production, they become carbon source, releasing centuries of stored CO2 into the atmosphere. Preserving, sustainably managing, and restoring wetlands is critical to ensuring this essential benefit.


Join for a knowledge exchange on carbon in wetlands in different countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.


  • René Zamora, Initiative 20x20 Coordinator, World Resources Institute 
  • Gaston Fulquet, Corredor Azul Program Coordinator, Wetlands International LAC
  • Román Baigún, High Andes Wetlands Program Coordinator, Wetlands International LAC
  • Claudia Andramunio, Fundación Natura 
  • Gustavo Segura, Project Manager, Fundación Natura
  • Jimena Ibarra, Ministry of Environment, Chile
  • Sarai Rodríguez, Climate and Ecosystem Coordinator, WRI México