Analysis Unit

The Analysis Unit has among its functions to implement projects, provide consulting and finding different mechanisms of both national and international cooperation.

Analysis Unit (UA) is a unit born by merging the Technical Project Unit and the Unit Consultrópica. The UA mission is to formulate proposals for projects and consultancies which are adapted to the new objectives that the Foundation has proposed in its Strategic Planning. He works on issues related to the fair distribution of the costs and benefits of conservation and sustainable development, supporting programs Community Empowerment and Socio-Environmental Management "," Sustainable Solutions Productive "and" Global Environmental Citizenship ".

It also supports the objectives of the Executive Directorate in the implementation of projects related to the following topics: green economy, political ecology, environmental conflicts and others.

And also in conjunction with the Executive Board formulates positions on issues of national and international news in order to express public opinion.

Marcia Carranza Coordinator

Juan Carlos Crespo


Marcia is completing a Masters in Management of Marine and Coastal Resources at the National University. She has experience in project coordination, awareness and environmental education, protected areas and management tools, coastal and marine ecosystems, especially mangroves, among others. She has worked with Neotrópica Foundation since 2010 to 2013 as coordinator of several projects and as Director of Field Stations. It is one of the graduates Naturalist Guide Course specialized in Osa taught by Neotrópica Foundation in 2009. Marcia has served for several years as an environmental educator and naturalist guide.

Adriana Fernandez Technical Assistant

Juan Carlos Crespo


Adriana Fernandez, is graduated as Environmental Management from Universidad Nacional and is currently pursuing a degree in management and protection of natural resources in the UNED. She has experience in implementing environmental, such as Certificate for Sustainable Tourism (CST), ecological blue flag and Carbon Neutral certification.

She has developed environmental management plans, management of solid and liquid waste, environmental monitoring plans and community outreach for various public and private organizations. Enjoy working with communities, and to provide tools for the integrated management of natural resources, where society and environment may benefit. Always looking for the dynamism and innovation in her work, which permeates her enthusiasm and joy.

Marco Hidalgo Technical Assistant

Juan Carlos Crespo


Marco is Tropical Biologist, with a Master in Conservation and Wildlife Management from Universidad Nacional of Costa Rica, also has a Licentiate and Bachelor Degree at Tropical Biology with emphasis on natural resource management. He has held leadership positions in opportunities for citizen participation on several occasions within the Peninsular ACOSA Local Council, the Osa Conservation Area Regional Council and an active member of the National Council SINAC. For several years he served as director of the Willie Trejos Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Empowerment Alvaro in Rincón de Osa de la Neotrópica Foundation. He also is a founding member of the Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation, the Central American Institute for Biological Research and Conservation.

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