The Rio Anapu-Pacaja REDD Carbon Credit Project is protecting 165,707 hectares in a highly critical region of the Brazilian Amazon
The high levels of land grabbing, land conflict and instability in the region has allowed the project to strongly focus on bringing stability to all the areas that surround the project area by paying for and helping the local residents known as Riverine people to gain land tenure documents and eventually full freehold title deeds. The project also provided cookstoves to 50 families with the goal to help further families as carbon credit sales take place.
The CCB verification has been requested for this REDD project
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