BETA

Pacajai REDD+ Project

VCS-981

Brazil

Forestry

VM0015

Description

A REDD Project to Halt Deforestation in Brazil In the heart of Brazil, a REDD project has been implemented to prevent deforestation on private parcels of land spanning 135,105 hectares on the brink of the deforestation frontier. This project aims to produce various advantages for the environment, society, and biodiversity. Key Highlights: - The project is designed to protect over 135,000 hectares of land from deforestation, safeguarding the habitat of endangered species and preserving the natural beauty of the region. - By stopping deforestation, the project also prevents the release of carbon emissions into the atmosphere, thus mitigating the effects of climate change. - The implementation of this project has created job opportunities for the local community and fostered sustainable development in the region. This REDD project is of critical importance as it tackles some of the biggest challenges facing Brazil and the world today. Deforestation has a significant impact on climate change, biodiversity loss, and the livelihoods of local communities. By preserving these private parcels of land, the project is not only protecting vital ecosystems but also contributing to the global effort to combat climate change.

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Verified Carbon Standard

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Stats

Data for this project

Total Retirements:

12,084.11

Remaining Supply:

373,846.37