every $50 MXN donated equals 1 sq mt of A natural reserve protected for 4 years.

Natural reserves in the portfolio: 

Nonsuch – a giant cactuses reserve in 

Baja California Sur

Dzilam – a mangrove reserve in Yucatan


How to adopt square meters to protect the natural reserves? 



Explore the current portfolio of natural reserves and decide how many square meters you want to help protect. Each square meter equals

$50 MXN ($2 USD)

Euro Bill


Make your donation through Paypal or bank deposit.



Indicate in the concept of the payment, in which natural reserve you want to adopt the square mts. You can choose more than one.



If you need a donation receipt, send us an email to with a copy of your deposit voucher.

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You have now helped protect the selected square meters of the natural reserve(s) for four years.

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Current Portfolio of Natural Reserves

AI for Climate aims to contribute to achieving climate stability, a more sustainable economy, and healthy populations by harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

AI for Climate will create in each reserve an AI-powered system to monitor the health and protection of the nature reserve and work with local communities on its conservation.

Our system will allow us to identify risks to the reserve and opportunities to improve its protection mechanisms. We will be able to see and listen to the reserve in real-time, learning from it every day, and making each time better decisions to protect the species.

Conservation Initiative NON-SUCH

Conservation Initiative NON-SUCH

NON-SUCH Reserve is a natural reserve of 140 hectares (345 acres) in the desert that protects 300-year-old, 9-meter-tall cactuses. It is also a refuge for deer, wild cats, roadrunners, and eagles, among many other species. The 40 hectares (98 acres) selected for Stage 1 of this biodiversity protection initiative have a special biological value: they host a magical area we have decided to call “The Cactus Forest”, where we can find the tallest cactuses in the reserve, which provide shelter for animals in the desert.

Conservation Priority Species: Giant Cactus, Deer, Wildcat, Birds including roadrunners and eagles

Yucatan Reserve DZILAM

Conservation Initiative NON-SUCH

The natural reserve Dzilam is located north of the state of Yucatán and encompasses a great portion of the municipalities of Dzilam de Bravo and San Felipe and a smaller portion of the municipality of Dzilam González. It's over 69 thousand hectares. In general, the coastal zones are formed by different types of ecosystems, including springs and wetlands, mangroves, marine estuaries, salt ponds and ponds, beaches and dunes, coral reef systems, seagrasses, which are among the most productive systems in the world and at the same time highly threatened.

Conservation Priority Species: Sea turtles, swamp crocodile, pink flamingo, split-tailed hummingbird, and jaguar.


Adopt a square meter

Choose to adopt square meters to help protect the natural reserves in the AI for Climate portfolio. 



Who manages the funds? 

C Minds, a non-profit tech for impact action tank with a legal base in Mexico and the United States. It is a key organization in the use of AI for social good in Latin America that designs and deploys bold initiatives for social change, transforming ideas into pragmatic strategies. The women-led international team seeks to future-proof communities, governments, and companies in light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution by contributing to more inclusive and human-centered public policy and advancing the debate around ethical tech. This is achieved by collaborating with international organizations and all levels of government, from federal to state and municipal, to co-design and implement pioneering strategies that place people at the center of the conversation.

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