El Eden Ecological Reserve
Committed in Biodiversity Conservation
To develop a research model for the conservation, management, and restoration of the biodiversity, ecosystems and ecological processes of the Mesoamerican tropical rain forests. The Ecological Reserve El Edén A. C. for 14 years has offered the services of using its station, logistical support and trained personnel to various research institutions, teaching, and specialized tourism, both domestic and foreign.
Commitment to the environment
Mi vida en las selvas tropicales
Memorias de un botánico
Dr. Arturo Gómez-Pompa, Ph.D. tells us in this book some of the most important events of his life. Through all his stories, you can learn about his work as a scientist in botany, tropical ecology and biological conservation.
Mexican Natural Resources Management and Biodiversity Conservation
Recent Case Studies
El Edén Ecological Reserve participated in the preparation of chapter ten for this book.
The title of the chapter is; ¨Successful Experiences in Promoting Scientific Research in Mexican Conservation Biology¨. This chapter describes two private projects that promote and support scientific research in conservation biology in Mexico. One of the projects is based on the Ecological Reserve El Edén.
El Eden Ecological Reserve was recognized in 2010 as one of the 100 cases of success in the field of conservation and good management of our natural heritage.
Patrimonio Natural de México
Cien Casos de Éxito
*XXV Ecology and Environmental Award ¨Miguel Alemán Valdés¨
Arturo Gómez-Pompa, PhD.
*New Book "Mexican natural Resources Management and Biodiversity Conservation". (participation of the Reserve in chapter 10)
*Getting to know the plants of my community
* The jaguar. Video by Marco Lazcano
*New Book of Arturo Gómez-Pompa, PhD. "Mi vida en las selvas tropicales".
*Saving Endangered Jaguars in Mexico, One Photo at a Time by National Geographic.
*A Connectivity Vision of the El Edén Ecosystems.
*Book "Experiencias de Desarrollo Rural Sustentable y Conservación en la Península de Yucatán"
*Treaty signature for the Jaguar Conservation in Quintana Roo.
Award for Nature Conservation 2005