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Acre Amazonian Rainforest REDD+ Portfolio, Brazil

Granting land tenure and providing agricultural training to prevent deforestation and promote sustainable economic livelihoods

Project Type: Natural climate solutions, Forest conservation (REDD+)

Standards: CCB, VCS

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90% of Brazil’s Acre state is forested, but current rates of destruction mean by 2030 this could decline to 65%. This collection of three projects aims to prevent deforestation across 105,000 hectares of pristine rainforest in the Amazon basin, protecting some of the world’s most biodiverse habitats. With the support of carbon finance, the projects work with communities and local groups to help protect ecosystem services while providing alternative models of economic development which avoid destruction of the forest.

Sustainable Development Goals

In addition to delivering approximately 360,000 tonnes of emission reductions each year, the project delivers a number of other sustainable development benefits. These include:

  • No poverty: Strengthening business capacity through training, and plans to provide a boat for exporting goods, will further help communities lower their transaction costs and increase market access for their crops
  • Zero hunger: Families have been trained and will continue to have access to courses on how to grow bananas, chickpeas, cassava and corn; artisanal processing of fish; rearing organic pigs; and using rotational cattle pastures. The goal is to increase yields and help make these agricultural activities more profitable
  • Good health and well-being: To improve community livelihoods, the project is facilitating doctor visits from local towns on a periodic basis and refurbished or built four health clinics
  • Life on land: Through educating local communities about improved agricultural techniques while monitoring unsustainable uses of the forest, the projects are mitigating deforestation and helping to protect the area’s rich biodiversity. The mitigation of deforestation in Acre protects some of the most vulnerable and endangered species, as the project area is inhabited by eight IUCN species

Read MORE INFORMATION to find out how the project delivers other sustainable development benefits.

Tropical forests are the most biodiverse habitats on Earth, home to 70% of the Earth's species of plants and animals.

Benedito Silva's Story

Benedito is one of 18 families based in the project area living off small-scale farming. With his wife and sons, they have 17 cattle, some chickens and a small field of bananas on the other side of the river. Benedito has spent some of his earnings on a boat to enable him to make the four hour trip to the nearest town, Manoel Urbano, to sell their produce. As he continues to invest his time and money on the small farm to provide for his family, his main priority is to ensure he owns the land they are working on every day. The project owners are working with the family to go through the complex legal process to give them title, and offer agricultural training to improve yields and diversify income.
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