The associated planting maintains biodiversity of wildlife (mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and insects) that feed or lives inside the "chakra". Several species are useful to our food, or to promote agricultural production, or pest control. For example, bats, birds and a multitude of insects perform activities of pollination on tropical flowers. Thus, the "chakra" ensures greater resistance to the impacts of climate change. Our crops and forests are located in the Biosphere Reserve of Sumaco, and also serve as biological corridors of Antisana National Park, Llanganates National Park, Sumaco Park and the Napo-Galeras Park as well as several private reserves in the province of Napo. Our families have more than 100,000 hectares of primary forest, and less than 5,000 hectares of cacao, producing gourmet chocolate for export, maintain forests for future generations because our economic activity is part led to process the raw material and not only produce. So the environmental impact is reduced, because there are high value added and less pressure to produce large amounts.