PAM! is an environmental and design consultancy that develops strategies to make urban areas more resilient to the effects of climate change. We propose a complementary approach to green infrastructure by creating habitats for species that are able to live in urban settlements -bees, bats, birds-. We consider that urban planning should take into account the role of biodiversity in the human well being, and incorporate the creation of new habitats designed from both ecologies and aesthetics. We help city-based enterprises, public entities and individuals to achieve their green goals with a work team located in Spain and Colombia.
Our success together is just at its beginning. Nevertheless we have a complementary background that can boost our future development. Juliana Diaz -a biologist- is doing research work on wildlife habitat in urban and industrial environments. At the moment she is focused on the development of artificial habitats for sand-martin birds. She works alongside the top Spanish experts on wildlife management. Miguel Puch -an agricultural engineer- is the entrepreneur behind Inventarios botánicos (Botanical inventories), a service that adds value to gardens and green spaces of private corporations -such as hotels- by locating and naming different vegetation species that grow there. He provided these services within a network of more than 30 enterprises interested in green marketing and new sustainability strategies. María Núñez -an architect- is currently working as a freelancer with different environmental consultancies and public entities. She is an expert in cartography -specialized in parks and green infrastructures- and public space design for sustainability. She was runner-up on her own on an Europan competition, where she had the opportunity to develop some of the PAM strategies.