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Pirarucu Value Chain Analysis Results

CSF-Brazil, in partnership with Native Amazon Operation (OPAN), has completed an analysis of the stock management and sales of the pirarucu fish in protected areas (PAs) in Amazonas state (AM), Brazil.


"Diagnosis of the Management of Pirarucu in Protected Areas of the Amazon" seminar participants. Photo credit: OPAN and CSF.

Study of the Local Tourism Demand to Support the Development of Sustainable Tourism in Indigenous Lands in Mato Grosso

CSF-Brazil is conducting a study of the local tourism demand in Mato Grosso state to support the development of sustainable tourism in local Indigenous Lands (ILs).

Sustainable tourism in indigenous lands in Mato Grosso state, Brazil

Turismo sustentável em terras indígenas no Mato Grosso, BrasilCSF-Brazil Director, Pedro Gasparinetti, CSF-Brazil consultant, Rodrigo Ozorio, and leaders from the Wazare indigenous village.

New guide for creating participatory sustainable business plans

Conservação Estratégica (CSF-Brazil) is pleased to announce the launch of a new publication "Guide for the Participatory Development of Sustainable Business Plans” (in Portuguese).

CSF Guia Plano NegócioWomen of the Paiter Suruí people collecting the babassu fruit in the Sete de Setembro IL, in Rondônia state.

Workshop on sustainable business plans in the Brazilian Amazon

Planos de Negócios Sustentáveis para Produtos da SociobiodiversidadeWorkshop participants doing group work.

Conservação Estratégica (CSF-Brasil) led a workshop on sustainable business plans for products from the Amazon. The aim was to create an open-space for dialogue on possible ways to support the development of sustainable businesses and the strengthening of their value chains in the Brazilian Amazon.

Supporting Fishery Resource Conservation and the Artisanal Fishery Value Chain in the Brazilian Amazon: Analysis of the Community Management and Sales of Pirarucu

CSF-Brazil, in partnership with Native Amazon Operation (OPAN), completed an analysis of the community management and sales of the pirarucu fish caught in 21 protected areas (PAs) and 10 Areas of Fisheries Agreements in the state of Amazonas (AM), Brazil.

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