Oficina de Apoio à Elaboração de Planos de Negócios Socioambientais

O objetivo dessa oficina é preparar organizações locais na identificação e planejamento de investimentos em negócios que proporcionem a conservação dos recursos naturais e a geração de renda no sul do Estado do Amazonas e em terras indígenas de Rondônia. A oficina contará com treinamento sobre empreendedorismo e planos de negócios, análise de viabilidade econômico-financeira e uso do software MakeMoney 2.0. Ao final da oficina, serão estruturados 4 planos de negócios socioambientais. A CSF também dará suporte às organizações na finalização dos planos de negócios após a oficina.

Conteúdo geral da oficina:

1. Empreendedorismo e Negócios Sustentáveis

Economic Opportunity Cost Model for the Amazon

Solving our global climate crisis hinges on doing a number of things right. One is slowing - eventually stopping - deforestation, which now accounts for 15-20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. To do that we need to know how much stopping deforestation costs and where on the Earth's vast tropical belt it can be done most cost-effectively. With the support of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, CSF has designed an "opportunity cost" analysis method that works at the level of individual farms and single land uses, even scalable up to the level of entire regions.

picture of road in Amazon

Pucallpa - Cruzeiro do Sul Road Analysis

The Initiative for Regional Infrastructure Integration (IIRSA) is a series of road and energy projects that aims to connect South American countries. The proposed Pucallpa - Cruzeiro do Sul road between Peru and Brazil is a link in the Central Inter-Oceanic highway in IIRSA's Amazon Hub. The route's other sections are largely in place. However, some are still in the paving and rehabilitation process in both countries. This project would open a new road in a biologically and culturally unique area, known as the Sierra del Divisor (Serra do Divisor in Brazil) increasing deforestation. Important environmental services could be lost, and protected areas and indigenous lands in both Peru and Brazil could suffer damage as a result.

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