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Pes Carbon Project Presentation

  1. 1. Valuing Forest Asset<br />STATE OF ACRE<br />PAYMENTS FOR ENVIROMENTAL SERVICES – CARBON PROJECT<br />PES-CARBON PROJECT<br />
  2. 2. Territorial Managing Zones<br />
  3. 3. Annual rate ofdeforestation (%) in theStateof Acre andAmazonRegion<br />
  4. 4. Stateof Acre - 2008<br />88 % FOREST<br />areas 5 -10 ha<br />areas &lt; 5 ha<br />12 % DEFORESTATION<br />
  5. 5. Emissionofcarbon<br />BiomassCarbon<br />Lostofnutrients, waterandsoil<br />Biodiversity<br />Mostlikely to catch fire<br />Deforestsandburns<br />Forest Degradation<br />Primary Forest<br />Secondary<br />Vegetation<br />HighExtraction<br />ofwood<br />Extractionof<br />non-woodenproducts<br />Unexplored<br />Forest<br />Agricultureand<br />extensivelivestock<br />ImplementationandConsolidationofthe EEZ<br />Adequate Policies and Technologies<br />Intensification<br />Consolidationofproductivechains<br />Forest Management<br />Conservation<br />Valorizationof Forest Productsand Cultural<br />BetterQualityof Living<br />
  6. 6. EcologicalandEconomicalZoaning<br />Market<br />Clean, justandcompetitive<br />Economybaesd<br />ontheforest<br />ValuingofEnviromental<br />AssetsPlan<br />Government<br />BasicServicesof<br />quality for all<br />Territorial <br />DevelopmentPlan<br />Society<br />Power to thecommunity<br />
  7. 7. PSE carbon Project<br />GuidelinesoftheValorizationPlan<br />Social Inclusionwithincome<br />Power to thecommunity<br />Conservationofsocial-biodiversity<br />Forest andmen<br />Conservationof Waters<br />Quality na Quantity – Integration<br />Mitigationandadaptation to climatechange<br />Recuperationoflandscapesandforestmaintainance<br />
  8. 8. Valuing Forest Asset<br />Recuperationofaltered<br />areasProgram<br />ValuingofEnviromentalAssetsProgram<br />Reforesting Project<br />(plantedforest)<br />Accreditaionofproperty<br />Project<br />Regularizationof<br />Passives Project<br />Replacementofaltered<br />areas Project<br />Payment for <br />EnviromentalServices<br />Forest <br />Managing Project<br />Forest management<br />ofmultiple use<br />Agriculture<br />andextensivelivestock<br />AgroforestProperties<br />Managementofnon-woodenproducts<br />Fullprotection<br />
  9. 9. Deforesting in 2007 (PRODES)<br />Area= 1,9 millionha % oftheState = ~ 12%<br />
  10. 10. ProjectedDeforesting for 2030 (SIM Amazonia)<br />Area = 5.9 millions há % oftheState= 36 % <br />
  11. 11. PSE carbon Project<br />ObjectivesofthePES-Carbon Project<br />To valuethe Forest ofAcre<br />as a source ofenviromentalresourses<br />for thecurrentand future generationsofAcre, <br />oftheAmazonandoftheplanet.<br />
  12. 12. PSE carbon Project<br />PES-CarbonProfectPrincipals<br /><ul><li> TheInclusionofallforests</li></ul>(conservationunits, indiginouslands, projetos de assentamento andprivateproperties)<br /><ul><li>Therespect for differentcultures na realities.
  13. 13. Thedevelopmentofmechanisms to stimulatetheconservationoftheforest.
  14. 14. Measureandmonitoratethedeforestfromproperties to indiginouslands, SettlementProjectsorExtractivist Reserves.
  15. 15. TheManaging Project mustbetransparent(access to information), (lessbureaucracy) andmusthavetheparticipationofeveryoneinvolved no acompanhamento e evaluationoftheimplementation.</li></li></ul><li>PSE carbon Project<br />Metas do Estado do Acre<br />Reductiontargetconsidering 2008: 59 %<br />Reductionconsideringthe 96-2005 baseline: 83 %<br />Historical averege1 ( 1996 - 2005)<br />Baseline1 <br />Baseline2<br />Historical averege2 (2001 - 2010)<br />Baseline3<br />Historical averege13 (2006 - 2015)<br />
  16. 16. PES – Carbon Project<br />Stateof Acre<br />PriorityAreas<br />PA1<br />PA2<br />PA3<br />PA5<br />PA4<br />PA6<br />Population: 7,500 families<br />Area: 5,800,000 ha<br />Emission Reduction: 62,5 millions of tons of CO2 ( Until 2020)<br />
  17. 17. PSE carbon Project<br /> 6 PriorityAreas<br />Size:<br /><ul><li> 5.8 milllionsha
  18. 18. 35% oftheState
  19. 19. 4% deforest</li></ul>People: 7,500 families<br /><ul><li>3,400 extractivists
  20. 20. 3,500 settled
  21. 21. 600 indigenous</li></ul>+ 100 medium/largeproperties<br />(2442 peopleof 4 ethnicgroups)<br />
  22. 22. PSE carbon Project<br />EnviromentalServices Incentives (ISA)<br />ACTIONS OF SUPERVISION AND CONTROL<br />INCENTIVES<br />Productiverestructuringoftheproperty<br />Augmentationofproductivityandincome in agropecuaryandforestchains.<br />Reductionofpressure over Forest<br />Valorizationand use ofthe Forest<br />CarbonCredits<br />SellingCredits in Market<br />Provisão do Serviço Ambiental<br />Forest Protection<br />Payment for EnviromentalServices<br />
  23. 23. PSE carbon Project<br />Sustainable<br />Productive<br />Actions<br />Forest <br />Management <br />of<br />Multiple Use<br />Conservation<br />Consolidades<br />Forests<br />Floresta<br />Consolidadas<br />Conserved <br />Forests<br />Managed<br />Forests<br />Forest Assets Valorization<br />Sustainable use <br />ofTerritory<br />ValorizationofalltypesofForests<br />
  24. 24. Characteristicsofthe sensor FORMOSAT-2<br />Resolution 2<br />Resolution 1<br />R,G,B- 2,4,3<br />Formosat 2- 8 meters<br />Formosat 2- 2 meters(Pan)<br /><ul><li>Scale of 1:50.000
  25. 25. Continuous publication of data.
  26. 26. Continuous evaluation of uncertain estimates.
  27. 27. The use of high definition images.</li></ul>Basic Parameters of<br />the New Methology<br />
  28. 28. ManagingStructure<br />NEW<br />EXISTING<br />Aggregateofall 3 counsels (CEMACT, CDRFS, CFE)<br />Inspectionandvalidation<br />ofreductedemissions<br />Supervisionand<br />Social Control<br />Carbon Forest PlanScientificCommitee<br />PES Carbon<br />PPCD<br />CoordinationUnit<br />Coordinationofactionsofthe<br />StateGovernment<br />ValorizationofAssetPolicyManagingCommitee<br />Coordinationandinspection<br />IBAMA e IMAC<br />StrategyAgainstDeforesting Center<br />Coordinationofactionregardingwildfires<br />andburningoftheforest<br />Risk Management <br />StateComitee<br />Canbelinkedwiththe Global Change<br />Department. Functionofverifying<br />reductedemissions in the REDD projects<br />Andtransmit data to thenational<br /> system ofrecords.<br />Responsible for thecoordinationofthe PES Policy<br />RegulationUnit<br />EmissionsControl Center<br />SEMA<br />Executionofthe PES Policy, PPCD<br />Monitoring<br />Global ChangeDepartment<br />Monitoringofthedeforestingand<br />Monitoringofproperties<br />MonitoringUnit<br />UCEGEO<br />Organizationofprivaterights<br />for capturingpublicandprivate<br />Resourses. Distribution to recipients<br />andhiringofservices<br />ATER serviceoffers in PriorityAreas<br />Implementation<br />FAF<br />Forest AssetFund<br />ATER<br />ATER accreditationand<br />PCPS monitoring<br />PCPS Unit<br />InvolvementofPriorityAreas<br />stakeholders in theexecution<br />Oftheprogramsactions<br />PriorityAreaMonitoringCommitee<br />InspectionandLicensing<br />IMAC<br />
  29. 29. PSE carbon Project<br />PreliminaryCosts<br />General costs for 15 yearsofproject: R$ 482 millions<br />87% directly to recipients<br />13% transactionalcostsandgovermentalserices<br />
  30. 30. The Forest Society<br />Power to thecommunity<br />Social Resource<br />ValuingofEnviromental<br />AssetsNaturalResource<br />Low-CarbonEnconmy<br />EconomicalResource<br />
  31. 31. PSE carbon Project<br />FLORESTANIA ARCHTECTURE<br />Conciliate economical growth<br /> with social inclusion<br />and enviromentalconservation<br />

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