People will enjoy a high quality of life, with adequate incomes and excellent education, health and other services.
Agriculture, forestry and other productive activities will be sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Capable grassroots organizations will exercise effective local leadership of the sustainable development process.
A high percentage of the land stretching from the Continental Divide to the sea will remain forested.
All ecosystems and ecosystem functions will be maintained.
Privately held lands will be mostly owned by native Talamancans, with a healthy mix of agroforestry systems, sustainably managed forests and totally natural areas.
The official Protected Areas will be well managed for biodiversity protection and beneficial for the neighboring communities.
A locally owned and controlled ecotourism economy will direct proceeds into local hands, provide incentives for biodiversity conservation, support grassroots organizations and educate both visitors and residents.