- The cultivation of cocoa through biodiversity friendly practices, is one of the ideal production alternatives for: habitat restoration, ecosystem restoration, protection of endangered species and connection between forests. The species of native wildlife, some endangered, find in the cocoa crops a refuge for their development. For example, native forest species or certain bird species that are highly endangered.
- An agro-ecosystem of these features increases the conservation potential of a region because whey you place it between nature reserves and / or remaining forests, it allows to expand the areas where biodiversity can exist.
- The protection of sources of water soils and other ecosystems associated with the cultivation of cocoa guarantee the sustainability of long-term resources