In the Karen Mogensen Reserve (Reserva Karen Mogensen) reforestation and preservation programmes have been carried out over an area of 1,127,840 square metres, compensating for the emission of 7,168,386 kg of CO2.
In 1963, Karen Mogensen and Nicolas Wessberg created the Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve (Reserva Nacional Absoluta Cabo Blanco) that covers an area of 1250 hectares in Costa Rica. In 1996, they created the protected area of the Nicoya peninsula, over 24,000 hectares of land in the districts of Paquera, Lepanto and Cóbano. In the same year, thanks to charitable contributions, Asepaleco purchased more land in order to ensure its preservation.
The partnership with Zero Impact® began in 2003 and today the preservation and reforestation programmes cover 900 hectares of land.