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Envira Amazonia Project
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Envira Amazonia Project

The Envira Amazonia Project is a VCS and CCBS designed REDD+ project in the State of Acre, Brazil which aims to protect up to 200,000 hectares of tropical rainforest.

Project type

Forestry and conservation

Registry

Verra Registry

Project location

Brasil

Certification

VCS (Verified Carbon Standard)
CCBA
REDD+
100 000
Available volumes
2017
Available vintage
1 259 646 tCO2e
Estimated emissions reductions per year
1382
VCS ID

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Project description:

The Envira Amazonia Project seeks to help protect and conserve tropical forest by providing payments forecosystem services.

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Furthermore, the Envira Amazonia Project will simultaneously preserve rich biodiversity and a wide range of ecosystem services, provide direct benefits to local communities, and mitigate the release of ~12.6 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions over the first 10 years of the Project.

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The project will generate GHG emission reductions by foregoing forest conversion to grassland in favor of conservation of the tropical forest, and will also will also mitigate deforestation pressures in the wider region using a combination of environmental programs and social programs intended to improve the livelihoods of community members living in the vicinity of the project area

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CCB status

The Envira Project is CCB verified with triple gold distinction.

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