We manage territories with a preventive approach

Retain the social license in all our areas of operations.

Consolidate Good Neighborliness in all new GeoPark operations, making the Create Value and Give Back promise more real.

Uphold operational feasibility without losses from social environment conflict.

Enhance leadership training programs for development as a strategy for strengthening our neighbors’ capacities and competencies.

Dialogue and citizen participation

Increase the number of women in political and citizen participation spaces through a differential focus on gender and ethnic conditions.

Improve Transparency Meetings through new meeting formats that guarantee stakeholder participation and consider the limitations caused by the pandemic.

Achieve 100% citizen participation in the processes for environmental licensing of exploration projects in Colombia and Ecuador.

Increase the number of neighbors involved in dialogue processes, strengthening access to information in formal and informal opportunities, in person or virtually, in our areas of direct and indirect influence.

We generate territorial development

Train stakeholders in the territory on SDGs and their role in closing gaps.

Structure new projects under the Works for Taxes format, preferring the development of Projects with a Territorial Approach (PDET) in Colombia.

Implement economic recovery programs that impact our neighbors’ income generation in operations areas in Colombia, cushioning the economic effects of the pandemic.

Design and implement a strategy through which we can integrate our SPEED Integrated Value System with contributions to meeting the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Implement an information system that allows us to keep metrics updated and monitor the performance of the main GRI, IPIECA and SASB indicators, in real time and in accordance with our commitments to sustainable development.