Global Landscape Restoration Reference Tool

In partnership with Conservation International, CSF-Brazil is developing a restoration reference tool, to provide key information on the costs and benefits of successful ecosystem restoration projects in Cambodia, Indonesia, and Peru.

Specifically, the tool will include information about:

Funding Guide for Protected Area Management and Implementation at the Municipal-level in Brazil

CSF-Brazil is developing a guide on fundraising and funding strategies for the management and implementation of municipal level protected areas in Brazil.

Protected areas play a crucial role in safeguarding ecosystems and wildlife, and reducing habitat fragmentation. At a local level, protected areas provide essential services like fresh drinking water, protection against natural disasters, and leisure spaces. However, governments often struggle to secure enough funding to establish and manage these areas.

Incentivizing Best Practices in Soybean Production in the Brazilian Cerrado

CSF-Brazil is working to promote sustainable soybean expansion in the MATOPIBA region of the Brazilian Cerrado. In partnership with Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia (IPAM - Amazon Environmental Research Institute), we are conducting a modeling study to better understand decision making around soybean production in MATOPIBA and assess various incentive and management strategies.

Specifically, our study will identify the factors that affect farmers’ production choices in 10 priority municipalities in Tocantins and Bahia. We will use choice modeling to assess the impact of incentive and management strategies on production choices and deforestation decisions according to producer preference patterns.

Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Urban Planning in Mexico

CSF, in partnership with GIZ, is providing technical and political guidance on how to integrate ecosystem service values into urban planning to the city governments of León, Mérida and Morelia.

Debate sobre a implementação do Código Florestal para conservar as florestas brasileiras

No dia 7 de agosto, a Conservação Estratégica (CSF-Brasil), o Observatório do Código Florestal (OCF) e o Fundo Brasileiro para a Biodiversidade (Funbio) organizaram o "Debate sobre instrumentos econômicos e identidade ecológica para a implementação do Código Florestal". Estiveram presentes neste evento em Brasília 45 profissionais, representando instituições governamentais, de pesquisa e produtores rurais.

Promovendo a conservação da vegetação nativa no Brasil: Recomendações para Implementação de Cotas de Reservas Ambientais (CRAs)

A Conservação Estratégica (CSF-Brasil) conduziu um estudo sobre a implementação de Cotas de Reserva Ambiental (CRAs) no Maranhão (MA) e oportunidades na Bahia (BA) e Tocantins (TO). Este estudo visou subsidiar o Estado do MA na implementação do mercado de CRAs, e promover um diálogo e troca de experiência entre o MA, BA e TO. O propósito a maior do estudo é promover uma maior eficiência na conservação de ecossistemas e florestas em termos econômicos e ambientais nos biomas Amazônia, Cerrado e Caatinga.

Evaluating the economic, social and environmental costs of planned road projects in the Amazon Basin

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With generous support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, CSF is working on a project to identify the relative riskiness of planned road projects in terms of economic, social and environmental costs in the Amazon basin, and to engage decision makers to ensure that this analysis is relevant, understood and to the greatest extent possible considered in decision-making processes.

Plataforma Casa Verde, cimientos para la conservación en Bolivia

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CSF Director Técnico de Latinoamérica, Alfonso Malky, presentando en el evento

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