The Cam(bio)2 project has been carried out in the Nahualá and Renacimiento Cooperatives, affiliated with FECCEG (Federación Comercializadora de Café Especial de Guatemala, Marketing Federation for Special Guatemalan Coffee); in 2013
COMSA is company associated with small groups of producers with social, economic and environmental objectives aimed at improving their economic income and satisfaction of their needs under fair conditions, for both producers and consumers.
Centro Alexander Humboldt has worked in Bosawás Reserve, the largest natural reserve in Central America, since 2000. Centro Humboldt is a Non-Governmental Organisation working to promote territorial development and one of the most recognised environmental organisations in Nicaragua and Central America.
One of the main vegetable production zones in Costa Rica is Cartago, where there is a small farmers group named “Asociación Las Brumas”, this organization is distinguished by their organic production in the midst of customary conventional production, as practiced by the majority of local farmers.
Ecocitrus is a Brazilian cooperative consisting of citrus farmers currently exporting organic citrus juices and oils for industrial use. In 2009, Ecocitrus began producing organic fertilisers on the basis of handling agro-industrial waste from other allied institutions, by means of large scale composting.
Central Piurana de Cafetaleros (CEPICAFE, Piura Coffee Growers Central) in Peru put into effect the Cam(bio)2 methodology to determine environmental services on 30 cacao farms under agro-forestry production. The project is located in Piura region, in Chulucanas district of Morrón province.