The "Voices for the Climate" ecological park is a legacy of the Twentieth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change - COP20 and the "Tenth Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol - CMP10", developed in Lima in 2014; Where the Government of Peru presented the "Voices for the Climate" initiative, a free access space that managed to involve various civil society actors around the environmental issue. In addition to the need to have a space dedicated exclusively to environmental education with an emphasis on climate change, it motivated MINAM and the City Hall of Santiago de Surco to join efforts to build this theme park.
The "Ecological Voices for the Climate Park" is conceptualized around 5 themes of importance to Peru: Forests, Mountains and Water, Oceans, Energy and Sustainable Cities. Each of which was selected based on the characteristics and vulnerabilities of the country in relation to climate change and considering international trends. It is implemented in 4.5 hectares and its architectural design considers the use of environmentally friendly material such as the use of bamboo structures and wooden parihuelas, allowing ventilation and natural lighting.
In the pavilions, interactive modules with updated scientific content were installed that address specific issues on the impact of climate change and alternative solutions.
The park also has the first auditorium built with bamboo in Peru. In addition, the Dome Suizenergy, the bamboo dwelling, the nursery, the bio-garden and the solid waste treatment plant, complements it.