About Us


Greenearth Ecuador is a non-profit organization approved under Ministerial Agreement 006 on March 2017. It is domiciled within the Pacoche Coastal and Marine Life Refuge, in the coastal region of Ecuador, in the province of Manabí.

It began operations on May 2 2017, through an Institutional Cooperation alliance in the Pacoche private reserve (Pacoche Lodge & Reserve) with the firm objective of supporting environmental initiatives related to the ecosystem conservation and scientific research and promoting environmental awareness for the communities, aligned to the SDGs .


We inhabit this world and we are part of it. The hearts of GREENEARTH ECUADOR have united to contribute to the balance between the human being and the nature: walking towards an awakening of the collective conscience, working together with the different actors in the environment care and its biodiversity, and, creating resilient communities, framed in a sustainable and conservationist culture.


By 2030, GREENEARTH ECUADOR will be known due to its sustainable practices, framed in the protection of the environment that surrounds us and its biodiversity; through the exchange of knowledge, research, education and conservation.


– Design and implement processes of awareness, training and environmental education in the civil society, through educational, cultural and socio-environmental activities.

– To contribute in the capacities development of the communities, empowering them in the understanding of the climate change issues and the consequences that it has in its daily life (ex. floods, wrecks, diseases, etc.), strengthening its response capacity and its resilience to climatic events.

– Generate joint activities with the different sectors (public, private, academic, community) in environmental initiatives framed in the objectives of sustainable development.



Manabí province is rich in its biodiversity, with several protected areas such as the Coastal Marine Wildlife Refuge Pacoche, Machalilla National Park, Mache Chindul Ecological Reserve, Isla Corazón Wildlife Refuge and Frigates, among others. In addition, this province has cities and towns that are in permanent urban and rural growth. This growth directly or indirectly threaten the biodiversity existing in each place due to its lack of planification the deficient environmental practices.

The Environment Ministery has enough legislation to control and manage the impacts generated by the different local, urban and industrial activities, as well as contributing to environmental protection and conservation. Efforts at the governmental level can be complemented by private projects engaged in sustainable initiatives directed to protect biodiversity, raise environmental awareness in the communities.

The situation experienced by Ecuador and specifically by Manabí, the need to provide solutions to local populations through the generation of employment; The need to build the capacities of communities affected directly by the effects of climate change, the need to build resilient communities within a sustainable culture and conservation, creates the possibility of creating a local space that allows to be an instrument to favor models of sustainable behavior by connecting them to socio-environmental, economic and cultural management that favors the province of Manabí.

“May the future say of our generation,

that we send powerful streams of hope

and that we work together to heal the world”

Sachs, Jeffrey.