Tropical Rainforest Institute of Belize ECO-Systems (TRIBZ.ECO) is a multifaceted Eco-System that advocates the dissemination and socialization of Science Education Engineering Development and Sustainability (SEEDS) that propagate peacekeeping, and capacity building of marginalized groups throughout Belize. TRIBZ.ECO is established to act as an official agency of the IKI.XI YAKU TAN-I Indigenous Traditional Community (ITC) Embassy & Biocultural Reserve for the expressed purpose of realizing the human and environmental continuity objectives expressed in the 1999 TRIBA del SOL Accords for the Proliferation & Reservation of Indigenous Ethno-cultural Societies & Territories (PRIEST).
The aims, nature, and objectives of the institute, directly and indirectly, focus on integrative community, cultivation, construction, and conservation efforts in alignment with the principles enshrined in the preamble to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and all international and regional human rights treaties and instruments designed to contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Global Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
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Tropical Rainforests and other fragile ecological systems are disappearing. Biocultural heritage (i.e.: plant, animal, human, etc.) is threatened with extinction and indigenous traditional communities (ITCs) that inhabit territories that customarily sustain 99% of Earth's genetic resources are being disrupted & marginalized. Much of the consultation regarding agricultural, biomedical & environmental sciences, used to source university research, scientific textbooks & bio-pharmaceutical breakthroughs worldwide has to date been provided by indigenous traditional communities (ITCs) that freely shared their knowledge and consequentially found themselves indigent and subject to the inequitable distribution of benefits. As concerned conservationists, parents, and members of indigenous traditional communities throughout the Centro-America/CARICOM region, we are fully aware of the urgency of now and we are focused on deploying all the resources at our disposal to ensure that future generations are no longer burdened by environmental scarcity and indigence
TRIBZ.ECO is managed by specialists in environmental engineering, biodiversity management, curriculum & community development, etc., Our team members are culturally & professionally connected to our stakeholder’s interests and beneficiaries’ needs, highly competent, and motivated to share 30+ years of international experience executing successful military & civilian sustainability initiatives.