“Interconexión Eléctrica S.A. E.S.P ISA” created the “Jaguar Connection Fund” into its Corporate Sustainability Program. The primary objective of the fund is to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and mitigation of climate change, as well as prioritize areas for the protection and recovery of the Jaguar natural habitats in Latin America through the implementation of forestry carbon projects. This grouped project is in the Colombian Jaguar corridor. The first instance, Cimitarra, aims to recover nearly 2,000 ha of land degraded by cattle raising in Cimitarra, Santander through the implementation of an agroforestry system that includes the planting of cocoa (Theobroma cacao), abarco (Cariniana pyriformis) and matarratón (Gliricidia sepium) as timber species; commercial reforestation of abarco and assisted natural regeneration. The overall purpose of this initiative is to develop an economically profitable system for the cocoa plantation that simultaneously provides environmental and social benefits to the region. The first cocoa plants were introduced in April 2016. The second instance, Tierralta, consists of reforestation with native species of areas that have been degraded by livestock in the municipality of Tierralta, department of Córdoba. This forestry project contributes to the recovery of the native vegetation through the reforestation of about 200 ha of degraded grazing land with the planting of native wood-bearing species. The land recuperation is focused on commercial reforestation and enrichment with ceiba tolua (Pachira quinata), and an agroforestry system with cocoa and abarco. The first ceiba plants were introduced in September 2015.