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Socio-economic analysis of the biodiversity products' value chains for the creation of the socio-environmental development strategy of the Fazendinha APA - Amapá state, Brazil (in Portuguese)

Forest restoration business analysis in Amazonas state, Brazil

CSF-Brazil, in partnership with World Wildlife Fund in Brazil (WWF-Brazil), is conducting a feasibility study of forest restoration projects at a landscape level in southern Amazonas (AM) state, Brazil.

The New York Declaration on Forests - launched at the UN Climate Summit 2014 - established a goal of restoring 350 million hectares worldwide by 2030 to support global warming mitigation. However, mobilizing funding from the private sector to address the finance gap to achieve Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) at scale has proven an enormous challenge.

Visiting forest restoration projects in the Brazilian Amazon

WWF
Understanding the forest restoration models used.

Dialogue on the implementation of the Forest Code to conserve Brazilian forests

On August 7th, 2018, CSF-Brazil, the Forest Code Observatory (OCF) and the Brazilian Biodiversity Fund (Funbio) facilitated a "Dialogue on economic instruments and ecological identity for the Forest Code implementation." Forty-five professionals, representing government, research institutions and rural producers, attended the event in Brasília. The dialogue provided a forum to discuss possible ways of implementing the provisions of the Forest Code (Law 12.651 / 2012), including economic incentives, Legal Reserves (LRs) compensation, and the ecological identity requirement for compensation - according to the ruling of the Supreme Court Federal Court (STF) in February 2018 - with a special focus on the Environmental Reserve Quotas (CRAs) market.

Promoting the Brazilian native vegetation conservation: Recommendations for Environmental Reserve Quotas (CRAs) Implementation

CSF-Brazil is conducting a study on Environmental Reserve Quotas (CRAs) implementation in Maranhão state (MA) and opportunities in Bahia (BA) and Tocantins (TO) in the Cerrado (Brazilian savanna) biome. The study aims to support MA in the CRAs market implementation and to promote dialogue and the sharing of experiences with implementation among MA, BA and TO, with the ultimate goal of promoting ecosystems conservation in a more economically efficient and environmentally sound way.

Integrated Landscape Policy and Economics

In May 2017 we held a 5 day course on landscape economics and policy in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Thirty-five people participated in the course, which consisted of the following modules:

Day 1

  • Overview of strategic landscape issues and policy
  • Linkage of policy, institutions, and practice on the ground
  • Sustainable landscape governance framework
  • Sustainable development: key principles and application

Day 2

  • Basic microeconomics
  • Basic macroeconomics
  • Government budgetary issues and linkages to landscape policy
  • Village development planning and allocation of the village fund

Day 3

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