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I like traveling, I love my planet!

“Hello family, I’m leaving for Bolivia! “   When I bought my plane ticket to come to Riberalta, I already imagined myself on the spot: a little something in the Amazonian forest’s immensity. A show for all my senses between the mixture of hundreds of shades of green, the smell of the earth, moist, and the sound of the secret life of the many tropical species. When I got to  Riberalta, a small urbanized city, I was amazed by the natural diversity. I saw smiles, fabulous animals and great landscapes! But this idyllic image has been somewhat a shock to […]Read More »
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SB Volunteers have a day-trip at “Tumi” Lake – by Lucie

I work as a trainee in Sustainable Bolivia. I have to promote and develop sustainable tourism in Riberalta as well as in its region. A real daily challenge in this region where there is so much to see or do but only if you really want it (and act about it!). All the volunteers in SB recently had the chance to discover one of the most famous spots in Riberalta, Lake Tumichucua. Indeed, it’s only been two weeks since I arrived and many people asked me: You didn’t go to Tumi? Well, let’s go for the discovery of this place […]Read More »
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Riberalta: Traveling off the beaten track, by Chloé

Bolivia is starting to be popular destination, especially known for the Salar of Uyni, a salt desert changing according to the weather. It is one of the must-see attractions, just like Titicaca Lake, a huge lake with wildlife & ruins of Incas. But today, I’ve decided to talk about another destination, more intimate but just as charming. Let me take you to Riberalta! Riberalta is the Capital of the Bolivian Amazon, in the Beni department, divided between the authenticity of its center and its vast jungle. Riberalta is the meeting point of the two great rivers: the Manutata “Mother of […]Read More »
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Follow your dreams – The Story of Tebo, Sustainable Bolivia Art Resident

Tebo By Jaana Yli-Kauhaluoma Who is Diego? Diego Estebo, best known as Tebo, is an artist born in 1982 in Barcelona, Spain. He studied Graphic design in Vigo and illustration in Coruña in Galicia. After graduating he moved to Madrid where he worked in various part-time jobs such as digital press and conducting surveys. After two years he decided to open his own web and graphic design studio with two of his friends. Still it was art that had always been his passion and illustrating was the way Tebo spent his free time outside his regular working hours. As an […]Read More »
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My Time as a Marketing Intern at Sustainable Bolivia

 Marketing Intern – Elise Fjordbakk   By Elise Fjordbakk When I first found out I was actually going to Cochabamba to work as a Marketing Intern at Sustainable Bolivia (SB) earlier this year, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But after four months of getting to work alongside great colleagues, making new friends from all over the world and travelling throughout Bolivia, I know for sure I would go back in a heartbeat. As the Marketing and Social Media Intern for Sustainable Bolivia my main responsibilities included managing all social media platforms, writing and editing blogs on volunteer stories, partner […]Read More »
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Live and Breathe Sustainability

Sustainability Intern – Ida Ketonen By Elise Fjordbakk Here at Sustainable Bolivia, sustainability is pretty important. It’s in our name, the way we work and our way of life. This means we’re dedicated to promote sustainability both within our organisation and in the communities we work with. It’s safe to assume that most people have an idea of what sustainability, or sustainable development is. That does not mean that we all share the same definition. Sustainable development has various definitions, but the age old definition was set by the Brundtland Commission in the report “Our Common Future”, also known as […]Read More »
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How to do Crowdfunding for Your Organization

Jesse Wilson in Tunas Pampas by Jessie Maguire Jesse Wilson spent a good portion of her time in Cochabamba fundraising, and you could too. I sat down with her to discuss her success and exactly how she did it! Here’s the Q and A. Q: Tell me where you’re from, what you studied and why you chose to go to Bolivia initially. A: I’m from Vermont, I studied Biology at university at Hobart and William Smith. I couldn’t get into healthcare afterwards, and I wanted to learn a second language. I knew someone who had worked with Sustainable Bolivia. Then […]Read More »
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