Funding to strengthen state water resources management.
The company VERT / VEJA has agreed to 10 year purchase agreement native rubber (Liquid smoke sheet-FDL) from extractavists in Acre. In total a 90 tonne purchase agreement from sustainable rubber extractivists through 2020
- Empresa VERT
- VEJA (France)
The Government of the State of Acre has been strengthening policies and instruments to reduce deforestation and promote sustainable development, whose pillars are in the conservation of biomes, sustainable use and environmental resources, with social inclusion and income generation. In this way, Phase II of the Sustainable Development Program of Acre - PDSA II was initiated in 2012, whose main objective is to promote the Expansion and Modernization of the State Forestry Economy, consolidating low-carbon economic activities through the valorisation of production primary forest and agroforestry, seeking to improve the quality of life of the forest peoples and strengthening sustainable economic development. Specifically, PDSA II aims to continue the activities of the forestry sector, expanding the results of the first phase of expansion of the forest economy, which includes improving public management, creating an environment conducive to business expansion and social inclusion . In this context, IMC is responsible for developing and implementing the platform for integration and monitoring of extreme events of the state, strengthening the monitoring of these events in concomitances with the evaluations of the impact of the investments made via PDSA II in the production chains in relation to the decrease of pressure on native forests.
- Leader: IDB
- Partners: EII
The Amazon 2.0 project is an initiative that will implement a regional and cross-border platform that will enhance the capacity to respond to threats and activate mechanisms to effectively defend forests and their resources against infractions of legislation, invasions, etc. In this way, land use planning will be consolidated using technological tools and creating new platforms for direct civil society participation. The connection of local knowledge, the need to act quickly in defense of the territory and its resources, and the technology available in this second decade of the twenty-first century allow the development of a powerful arsenal of social mobilization. of actions in coordination with the State, to contain threats and prevent future degradation of forests and their crops. Area of implementation, Indigenous Lands Mamoadate and Alto Rio Purus and PE Chandles.
- Leader: European Union
- Partners: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), SEMA and IMC
Amazonia SAR implements a deforestation detection system utilizing orbital imaging radar to monitor 950,000 km2 per year (23% of the Amazon biome). Of the total land monitored, 764,000 km2 is comprised of areas under the greatest pressure of deforestation, 144,000 km2 is in the state of Amapá, and an additional 5% of isolated points in the Amazon biome will be monitored due to specific demand.
- Federal Government/Defense Ministry – Operations and Management Center of the Amazonian Protection System (CENSIPAM)
The Amazon Fund provides support to projects related to developing sustainable production in conjunction with conservation in the Amazon Biome. Beneficiaries of The Amazon Fund's supported projects include: traditional communities (indigenous peoples, quilombolas, rubber tappers, riverside populations, family farmers, subsistence agriculturists), rural workers involved in settlement projects, low-income populations at risk of social exclusion, collective undertakings, solidarity economies, non-profit institutions governed under private law, and public administration entities.
- Fundação Banco do Brasil (FBB)
Phase II of The Amazon Fund supports projects that facilitate the development of productive activities promoting the conservation and sustainable use of the Amazon Biome; the initiative benefits traditional communities (indigenous peoples, quilombolas, rubber tappers, riverside populations, family farmers, subsistence agriculturists), rural workers involved in settlement projects, and low-income populations at risk of social exclusion.
- Banco do Brasil Foundation (FBB)
Support the implementation of the Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) and the Adhesion to the Environmental Regularization Program (PRA) in the State of Acre
- Leader : BNDES
- Partners: Government of Acre
$80 million reais investment in Public Private Partnership to develop low carbon animal protein value chain. Will support the design of 3 low carbon animal protein enterprises (aquaculture, pork and poultry) through a public-private public partnership.
- Kaeté Investments (FIP)
Empowers environmental monitoring and control in order to combat illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon over a period of 15 months in regions under the greatest deforestation pressure; utilizes trucks and helicopters to enforce actions in the field.
- Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Resources (Ibama)
Supports the strengthening of environmental management in the 529 municipalities across nine states in the Legal Amazon through (i) offering training and technical support (ii) disseminating knowledge and information through networks (iii) fostering innovation and promoting liaison with other government levels and general society within the framework of environmental public policies.
- Brazilian Institute of Municipal Administration (IBAM)
Environmental Monitoring of Brazilian Biomes achieves three objectives: (i) Development and enactment of deforestation monitoring systems for the Atlantic Forest, Caatinga, Pampa, and Pantanal biomes (ii) Calculation of CO2 emissions for deforested areas and creation of a proposed Forest Reference Emission Level (FREL) for each biome, to be provided to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) (iii) Platform development for analysis and visualization of vast geospatial data to benefit the entire national territory through platform development.
- Space Science, Applications and Technology Foundation (FUNCATE) and National Institute of Space Research (INPE)
Supports the development of studies on land use and land coverage in the Amazon biome; expands and improves environmental monitoring by satellites, as performed by the National Institute of Space Research (INPE).
- National Institute of Space Research (INPE)/Science, Applications and Space Technology Foundation (FUNCATE)
Structures the Environmental Operations Company of the National Public Security Agency (FNSP) both physically and operationally to perform environmental operations in the Amazon Biome.
- Federal Government/Ministry of Justice – National Public Security Force (FNSP)
To provide support and protect isolated indigenous people and those recently contacted so as to establish physical limits and protect natural riches in the areas where these groups are present, in order to help reduce deforestation in the Amazon.
The target audience includes isolated indigenous people and those that have recently made contact, as well as those who live in the surrounding territories of these groups. Covers the whole Amazon biome.
This protection initiative provides support and protection to isolated indigenous peoples and those recently contacted throughout the entire Amazon biome in order to establish physical limits and protect natural resources in settled areas within the territories of these groups and surrounding areas. The project aims to help reduce deforestation in the Amazon.
- Center for Indigenous Work (CTI)
Funding for activities to protect biodiversity of global importance and implement policies and actions that encourage sustainable landscape management and forest restoration.
(i) To promote agroforestry management and production in traditional and indigenous communities, so as to build a sustainable economic alternative to deforestation; (ii) to provide support for territorial control and monitoring; and (iii) to strengthen local community organization. The project will benefit close to 720 indigenous people that live in the Kampa do Rio Amônia indigenous land (TI), represented by the Apiwtxa; and another 600 indigenous people in the Kaxinawá-Ashaninka TI by the Breu River; and 50 communities on extractive reserves from Alto Juruá; in addition to dialogue strengthening activities with Ashaninka communities in Peru by means of exchange programmes
It is implemented in the region of Alto Juruá in the state of Acre
- Association of the Ashaninka of the Amônia River (Apiwtxa)
Support the implementation of the Territorial and Environmental Management Plans (PGTAs) of eight Indigenous Lands in Acre, through the promotion of territorial protection actions, natural resource management and training of Indigenous Agroforestry Agents
- Leader : Amazon Fund
- Partners: Pro-Índio do Acre Commission (CPI); Indigenous Community of the Kaxinawá, Ashaninka and Shanenawa peoples
It is a project funded by the European Union, which seeks to create a network of work around protected area systems located in the Amazon region. The project was born in support of the regional initiative Vision for the Conservation of Diversity of the Amazonian Biome Based on Ecosystems, proposed in 2008 by the Latin American Network for Technical Cooperation in National Parks, other Protected Areas, Wildlife and Flora (REDPARQUES). Its main objective is to contribute to increasing the resilience of ecosystems to climate change by maintaining the supply of goods and services that benefit communities, local economies and the environment of the region
- Leader : network parks under the Coordination of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
- Partners: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); International Convention for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN); United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)
To support the implementation of the Territorial and Environmental Management Plan for the Xingu Indigenous Park and the development of Territorial and Environmental Management Plans for the Yanomami Indigenous Land and the Upper Rio Negro region, with the systematization of knowledge and strengthening of local governance structures and indigenous organization.
The project works with the population of the Indigenous Lands included in the project (more than 60,000 individuals) in 9 Indigenous Lands in the Amazon, with a total area of more than 24 million hectares, benefitting more than 60,000 individuals from indigenous peoples
- Socioenviromental Institute (ISA)
Materialize builds a sustainable economic alternative to deforestation by strengthening the cupuassu and açaí berry production sector through the implementation of agroforestry systems. The initiative also increases and modernizes the production capacity of pulp processing units in traditional communities in the Ponta de Abunã river basin (municipalities of Porto Velho in the state of Rondônia and Acrelândia in the state of Acre) to benefit over 800 families associated with conglomerate entities and fruit processing plants.
- Association of Small Agro-farmers in the RECA Project
Implements the Forest Inventory in the Amazon Biome to produce information on forest resources, carbon stocks, and territory use by regional populations.
- Federal Government/Brazilian Forest Service (SFB)
- Expansion and consolidation of protected areas and community forests for sustainable use
- Promotion of Competitive and Sustainable Forest and Agroforestry Value Chains
- Support mechanisms to promote the development of value chains
- Strengthening Public Forest and Agroforestry Management
- Inter-American Bank (IDB)
The Fish of the Amazon is an industrial complex that brings together the private sector, states, and local communities to support low emission development.
- Amazon Fund
The Tactical-Operational Action Plan brings together actions for the containment of deforestation in the Legal Amazon and the feasibility of alternatives for protection and sustainable use of the forest. The State of Amazonas is in its third phase of the Plan (2018 to 2020).
After the launching of its 1st Phase (2008), the reduction in annual rates of deforestation was notable, with values close to 500 km² remaining for seven years, but from 2015 onwards it increased again, reaching 2016 to 1,129 km², increasing 176% compared to 2009. The 2nd Phase of the Plan (2012 to 2015) was not affirmed as a development strategy for the state, remaining with a sectorial character and parallel to the main economic policies. The State stayed for two years without updating its plan, resuming in 2017 the elaboration of its 3rd Phase, recognizing its strategic importance with efforts to contribute to the national goal of reducing deforestation, corroborating the scope of the reduction in 80% until the year 2020.
The Plan is divided into three axes ((i) monitoring, control and surveillance; (ii) territorial and territorial planning; and (iii) agroforestry production chains and sustainable practices), which comprise six macro actions. During the year 2018, mainly actions foreseen in the Plan related to the Axis 2 (Command and Environmental Control) were executed, referring to macro licensing and environmental fiscalization actions. As a result of the actions already carried out, there is the Amazonas Legal Program, which had its first edition in the municipality of Apuí, where the Rural Environmental Licensing and Licensing Unit (CAR) occurred with a historical result of more than 687 rural producers served, 472 applications for Environmental Operating License (LO), 120 records in the CAR.
Besides Amazonas Legal, there were also two enforcement actions in the south of the state. As a result it is possible to observe a reduction 14% 1 in the estimated deforestation rate for the year 2018 in relation to the high rate presented in the year 2016. The result of these actions will be most seen in 2019, as the annual rate of deforestation consolidated by Prodes has differentiated intervals, which always cover August to July of the following year.
- Government of the State, ICMBIO, IBAMA, ALEMA, FUNAI, EMBRAPA, Municipal Governments, Federation of Farmers, Federation of Agriculture
The initiative supports the structure of the National Center to Prevent and Combat Forest Fires (PREVFOGO) programme both physically and operationally, along with training locals to monitor, prevent, and combat forest fires and unauthorized burns in the Amazon Biome through environmental education.
- Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA)
Profisc I-B is organized by the Federal Government to support the activities of Ibama for environmental monitoring and deforestation control in the Legal Amazon.
- Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Resources (Ibama)
- Support to developing state legal framework
- Improvement of infrastructure and training of state environmental agencies and technical assistance for the implementation and management of CAR and PRA
- Promotion and Support for CAR Registration
- Promotion and Support for the Accession of Rural Properties to PRA
- Amazon Fund
The project aims to promote the strengthening of productive chains in agro-extractive communities of Acre, expanding its production capacity, industrialization and commercialization in promising markets in Brazil and abroad. The actions will be related to the execution of gender activities, technical assistance to support the improvement of agroforestry production, community management, social organization and commercialization of the production of approximately 2400 families, directly benefiting 9,600 people. Area of implementation in the Region of Alto Acre and Baixo Acre and municipality of Sena Madureira .
- Leader: Federal Government of the United Kingdom
- Partners: Cooperacre, CDSA
To provide support to create and consolidate the PAs in the Amazon Biome, so as to assure conservation of the biodiversity and maintain the ecological processes and services in the region. Covers all the states in the Amazon Biome.
Brief description: ARPA (Protected Areas of the Amazon) is a Federal Government program, coordinated by the Ministry of the Environment (MMA), managed financially by FUNBIO and financed with resources from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) - through the World Bank, of the government of Germany - through the German Development Bank (KfW), the WWF Network, and the Amazon Fund, through BNDES. Launched in 2002, ARPA is the largest tropical forest conservation program on the planet and the most expressive related to the conservation units in Brazil. It is currently in the third phase, which began in 2014. The program was created with the objective of expanding and strengthening the National System of Conservation Units (SNUC) in the Amazon, protecting 60 million hectares, securing financial resources for the management of these areas in the short / long term and promote sustainable development in the region.
- Leader : Global Environment Facility (GEF) - World Bank.
- Partners: KfW; Brazilian Biodiversity Fund (FUNBIO); MMA; WWF- Brazil and BNDES.
REM, the financial mechanism of stock-flow, contributes resources in ISA Carbon, SISA's REDD + program, based on payment for avoided deforestation results, in a partnership between the state government, Acre, the German Development Bank (KfW ) and the German Federal Government Cooperation Agency (GIZ). The Program awards pioneering and successful initiatives through compensatory measures to encourage the reduction of carbon emissions, in the case the reduction of deforestation in the state.
The program also promotes actions that are part of measures to conserve and strengthen the strategic production chains of Acre (low carbon production chains) and takes place on a jurisdictional scale.
- Leader KfW and BEIS (United Kingdom)
- Partners: Government of the State of Acre, SEMA, IMC, CDSA, GIZ and MMA (German Cooperation)
REDD Early Movers is a global program of the German government, which seeks to reward early entrepreneurs through results-based payments. As a REDD pioneer, Acre has established the first agreement through the REM program, receiving payments for reductions made from 2012-2015. Through this program, Acre voluntarily withdrew additional tCO2 for each tC02 compensated by the REM program.
Acre signed the second phase of the REM program with the governments of Germany and the UK in November of 2017 at COP 23. The REDD Early Movers is a global program of the German government, which seeks to reward early entrepreneurs through payments based in results. As a REDD pioneer, Acre has established the first agreement through the REM program, receiving payments for reductions made from 2012-2015. Through this program, Acre voluntarily withdrew additional tCO2 for each tC02 compensated by the REM program.
- KfW (Germany)
- DECC (UK)
The plan represents the guidelines that will guide the strategies, goals and actions of the State in the quadrennium 2017-2020 and its main objective is to reduce deforestation and the degradation of native vegetation, as well as to control forest fires, promoting the maintenance of ecosystem services.
- Leader : BNDES / Amazon Fund
- Partners: Government of Acre
The declaration formalizes our commitment to continue to reduce deforestation, to develop partnerships with private sector initiatives that leverage the opportunities available through jurisdictional programs, and to channel, in a timely and effective manner, performance-based funds to forest-based economic development that respects forests for producers, foresters, farmers, ranchers, indigenous peoples, local communities and other forest stakeholders. To achieve this goal, it is imperative that we have greater access to financial and technical support and, more importantly, domestic and international market and non-market opportunities for emissions reductions achieved by our programs.
- Governors' Climate and Forest Task Force
The Government of the State of Acre has been strengthening policies and instruments to reduce deforestation and promote sustainable development, whose pillars are in the conservation of biomes, sustainable use and environmental resources, with social inclusion and income generation. The Program of Training, Advice and Tutoring in Sustainable Business (PRCATNS) has as basic premise to support socio-productive enterprises to become sustainable businesses. This Program understands that sustainable businesses are: those formed by a socio-productive and community base; They respect the environmental laws and directly contribute to the environmental sustainability of the territory where they operate; are Cost-effective and economically viable. 34 cooperatives from the state of Acre participate.
- IE and Government of the State of Acre - SEDENS,
To promote the adoption of management measures coupled with entering into fishing agreements, to reduce damage to water ecosystems, as a means to create an economically sustainable alternative to deforestation in state of Acre.
60 artisanal fishermen participate and around 300 riverside families that will be part of the community lake surveillance system in Municipalities of Manuel Urbano, Feijó, and Tarauacá, in the state of Acre.
- WWF Brazil
The project "Sustainable Landscapes of the Amazon - Brazil" (PSAM-Brazil) is part of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) "Amazon Sustainable Landscapes" (ASL) Program consisting of four national projects (called "child projects") - Brazil ( 1), Colombia (1) and Peru (2) - and a fifth project designed to foster regional collaborations in pan-Amazon. The PSAM-Acre project aims to improve the sustainability of protected area systems, reduce threats to biodiversity, recover degraded areas, increase carbon stocks, develop good forest management practices, and strengthen conservation and recovery policies and plans.
- Leader: GEF- (Global Environment Facility)
- Partners: MMA; CI and Funbio; SEMA, FUNTAC and BMI
To provide support for efforts towards monitoring, preventing and combating deforestation caused by forest fires and unauthorized burn-offs in the state of Acre, by offering training courses and purchasing vehicles and support equipment for the Forest Fire Education, Protection and Combat Platoons within the State of Acre Military Firefighters
- State of Acre
- State of Acre Military Firefighters (CBMAC)
The Under2 MOU is a climate agreement that brings together subnational governments willing to make a number of key commitments, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to 80 to 95 percent below 1990 levels or less than 2 tonnes metric per capita by 2050. The signatories also committed to setting initial targets necessary to support long-term reduction targets, sharing technology, scientific research and best practices to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy and transport. The Under2MoU will support consistent monitoring, reporting and verification of signatories emissions and assess the projected impacts of climate change on communities.
- 187 jurisdictions
Participating stakeholders include NGOs, institutes working with environmental and social safeguards, financial sector experts and strategic advisers.Financial and private sector participants include Credit Suisse, European Investment Bank and Althelia Ecosphere. The UFF project is managed by the Global Canopy Program, a UK non-profit organization with a strong track record of implementing international projects to reduce tropical deforestation. http://globalcanopy.org/sites/default/files/documents/resources/ACRE%20Exec%20Summary_WEB.pdf
- Global Canopy Programme
Promote sustainable practices to reduce deforestation, with payment for environmental services, valuing the environmental and forestry assets to consolidate a clean, fair and competitive economy, based on the Economic Ecological Zoning
- Leader : BNDES
- Partners: Government of Acre
- Modernization of the central geoprocessing and remote sensing unit - UCEGEO
- Strengthening of the Acre Environmental Institute - IMAC
- Strengthening the forest state secretariat for forest management
- Elaboration of plans for the prevention and control of deforestation and municipal burnings
- Landing network services to promote productive chains and reduce deforestation
- Promotion of implementation of agroforestry systems and management plan for multiple use of certified production forests
- Incentives to reduce emissions from deforestation (endangered forests)
- Incentives for the conservation and sustainable use of the forest
- Incentives for carbon sequestration via reforestation
- Amazon Fund
Strengthen the sustainable production, the culture and the way of life in the ILs of the Kaxinawá of the Humaitá River, Arara do Igarapé Humaitá, Gregory River and Alto Purus River in the state of Acre, through the organization and promotion of agroforestry products value chain and indigenous technical assistance.
2,585 indigenous beneficiaries of the Kaxinawá, Shawadawa and Yawanawá ethnicities that inhabit the four ILs supported by the project in Kaxinawá do Rio Humaitá indigenous land (TI) and Rio Gregório TI (Tarauacá/Acre); Alto Rio Purus TI (Santa Rosa do Purus and Manuel Urbano/ Acre) and Arara do Igarapé Humaitá TI (Porto Walter/Acre).
- Acre Pro-Indigenous People Commission (CPI-Acre)
To support entrepreneurial initiatives of nine partner institutions to generate jobs and income, through the sustainable development of the production chains of vegetable oil, wild cocoa and rubber in six municipalities in the state of Acre and in four in the state of Amazonas.
Beneficiaries include family farmers and traditional communities, such as extractionists, river dwellers and indigenous people, related to nine partner institutions, including an indigenous people’s cooperative and a women’s association.
The project is implemented in the municipalities of Cruzeiro do Sul, Mâncio Lima, Rodrigues Alves, Porto Walter, Tarauacá and Feijó, in the state of Acre, as well as the municipalities of Pauini, Boca do Acre, Lábrea and Silves, in the state of Amazonas.
- SOS Amazonia Association
Support actions to monitor, prevent and combat deforestation resulting from unauthorized forest fires and fires in the State of Acre, through training and acquisitions of vehicles and support equipment for the Body's Forest Fire Education, Protection and Fighting Battalions of Firefighters of the State of Acre.
- Leader : BNDES
- Partners: Government of Acre