Our Partners

We celebrate the dynamic synergy between innovators and organizations that have joined forces to make the RedLAC Congress XXVI a reality.

From industry leaders to community champions, these collaborations form the backbone of the RedLAC Congress XXVI, shaping an event that goes beyond boundaries.

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Presenting Partner

The Sandals Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International, dedicated to making a positive impact on the Caribbean community. Through education, healthcare, and environmental initiatives, the foundation aims to create lasting change and enhance the well-being of the region's people and environment.

Platinum Partners

Diamond Partner

The BRIDGE Project is an initiative supported by the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) to benefit Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) members of RedLAC (Latin America and Caribbean Network of Environmental Funds) and CAFÉ (Consortium of African Funds for the Environment). The project seeks to promote strategic partnerships between the private sector and CTFs in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa to advance the achievement of the 2030 action targets for biodiversity conservation through innovative financial mechanisms.

Premium Partners

The Belize Fund for a Sustainable Future is a private conservation trust fund established through the Conservation Funding Agreement under the Blue Bonds to support coastal and marine initiatives in Belize. The Belize Fund disburses grants to non-government partners for conservation, research, climate adaptation and blue businesses; and to the Government of Belize to implement and achieve its conservation commitments. The Belize Fund partners with the government to ensure long-term financing for a resilient and vibrant blue economy.

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The Blue Nature Alliance collaborates with local stakeholders and champions to identify engagement locations, articulate shared objectives, and design the strategic interventions needed to achieve measurable outcomes for the creation of new Ocean Conservation Areas, and the expansion, improved management or upgraded protections of existing areas.

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Conservation International protects nature for the benefit of humanity. Through science, policy, fieldwork and finance, we spotlight and secure the most important places in nature for the climate, for biodiversity and for people. With offices in 30 countries and projects in more than 100 countries, Conservation International partners with Indigenous peoples and local communities, with governments, companies, and civil society, to help people and nature thrive together

Heineken Saint Lucia Ltd (HKSLU) is a sustainable total-beverage company, producing world-class, high-quality products to bring enjoyment to life. Heineken Saint Lucia Ltd. (previously Windward & Leeward Brewery) was incorporated under the Commercial Code of Saint Lucia on March 11, 1974 and continued under the Companies Act of Saint Lucia as Company No. 21 of 1974 and has been serving Saint Lucia for nearly 50 years. As an agent of sustainable change Heineken Saint Lucia is committed to Brewing a Better World and a better Saint Lucia by caring for people and the planet.

St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) was established in 1964. It is the only commercial generator, transmitter, and distributor of electrical energy in Saint Lucia. Over its history, LUCELEC has developed a reputation in the OECS and the wider Caribbean as an extremely well-run, world-class utility. In Saint Lucia, LUCELEC is without a doubt regarded as a best practice (model) company with a strong emphasis on customer service excellence, environmental stewardship, innovation, people development and social and economic development.

Supporting Partners

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The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), headquartered in Barbados, is the Caribbean’s tourism development agency, comprising membership of the region’s finest countries and territories, including Dutch-, English- and French-speaking, as well as a range of private sector allied members. The CTO’s vision is to position the Caribbean as the most desirable, year-round, warm-weather destination, and its purpose is Leading Sustainable Tourism - One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean. Among the benefits to its members, the organization provides specialized support and technical assistance in sustainable tourism development, marketing, communications, advocacy, human resource development, event planning & execution, and research & information technology.

interCaribbean Airways is the largest privately owned airline in the Caribbean, connecting 27 destinations across 17 countries. We prioritize safety, service excellence, and corporate social responsibility by partnering with regional charities, NGOs, cultural and athletic organizations, and educational institutions. interCaribbean is committed to giving back to the Caribbean communities we serve through sustainable development and community outreach initiatives.

Conserva Aves is about protecting life territories. It is an innovative, bold, and visionary initiative for effective nature conservation. It is also an inclusive strategy for conservation and combating climate change, benefiting birds, biodiversity, and the sustainable management of subnational protected areas. This initiative aims to safeguard threatened endemic and migratory birds and their habitats throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Conserva Aves is led by the American Bird Conservancy, Audubon, Birds Canada, BirdLife International, and the Network of Environmental Funds in Latin America and the Caribbean (RedLAC).

The Environmental Investment Fund of El Salvador is an environmental fund that manages the financing of socio-environmental projects, working in coordination with the Ministry of the Environment and in alliance with various national and international organizations, public entities, companies and cooperating partners, implementing actions for the conservation and restoration of ecosystems. FIAES presides over the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Environmental Funds (RedLAC), which integrates 32 environmental funds in 20 countries that work for the conservation of natural heritage and sustainable development.

Destination Partner

As an award-winning destination, Saint Lucia is a tropical paradise committed to sustainability. The island's eco-friendly initiatives include promoting renewable energy, protecting marine life, and supporting local agriculture. Visitors can explore lush rainforests, pristine beaches, and vibrant coral reefs, all preserved through conservation efforts. Eco-resorts offer green accommodations, ensuring minimal environmental impact. Saint Lucia's dedication to sustainable tourism lets visitors enjoy natural beauty while supporting the island's environmental and economic well-being.

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Position your brand at the forefront of environmental finance, amplify your visibility, and forge invaluable connections by becoming a partner of this RedLAC Congress. As a partner, you gain unique opportunities for brand exposure, networking with industry leaders, and showcasing your commitment to sustainability.

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