Partnering for the environment
We work with our partners to develop programs focused on biodiversity protection and sustainable living. We strive to serve our communities at the highest standard of excellence.
AES Panamá is supporting the conservation of wildcats in Panamá, in alliance with Yaguara Panama Foundation through their project “Conservation of wildcats and prey species through public-private partnerships and human-jaguar conflict management in Panamá." This project is supported by the GEF (Global Environmental Facility) and other private companies, in support of UNSDG 15 to protect life on land and halt biodiversity loss.
AES has restored 5.4 hectares of mangroves in the Island of Galeta, a protected area in Panamá. In order to fulfill the environmental compensation of the Colón project, in compliance with IFC principles, and in line with UNSDG 15 to protect life on land. This reforestation and restoration of mangroves is designed under the "like-for-like or better" principle.
Built in Changuinola in 2016, the purpose of the station is the study, reproduction and repopulation of marine fauna that is present in the Changuinola river. The station is the first of its kind in Central America and the Caribbean.