Our locations are mainly in the tropical lowlands of Costa Rica. Here it is tropically humid and rainy almost all year round. Depending on the location, we plant tree species that are adapted to the climatic conditions. Since our focus is on native tree species, they are very well adapted to the climatic conditions in Costa Rica. The diversity of species also contributes to risk management, so that not all tree species are affected in the event of losses. The diversity of tree species also ensures a resilient ecosystem that defies the massive impacts of climate change in Central America, such as strong storms/hurricanes, droughts or floods, and also mitigates the regional impacts. With regard to the coming changes due to climate change in Central America, we are working together with researchers from the University of Freiburg. This will enable us to adapt our forestry to future conditions. It is not to be expected that the future consequences of climate change will lead to losses for our type of forestry with native tree species in mixtures. On the contrary: forests stabilise the regional climate and promote rain cycles.