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  • 1. INDIGENOUS LANDS & DEFORESTATION 27 million hectares
  • 2. Fonte: CEUC/SDS Land and forests in Amazonas (2009) Area (ha)‏ Share of Amazonas area (%)‏ Federal conservation units 18.591.553 11,92 State conservation units 19.007.033 12,19 Indigenous lands 43.195.987 27,70 TOTAL 83.584.516 51,81
  • 3. Amazonas protected areas (2009) ‏
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    • Are the forest stewards , and depend on the forest for nearly everything they need:
    • Fight against deforestation and forest degradation;
    • Must be recognized and recompensated by historical conservation of Amazon forest;
    TRADITIONAL PEOPLES IN THE AMAZON
  • 5. Financial mechanism Biodiversity Reduction of deforestation emissions Benefits Ecosystem services Poverty reduction Ecosystem services maintenance Climate Carbon Concept of Bolsa Floresta
  • 6. Family = R$ 50 / month Bolsa Floresta: operational Association = 10% of all Bolsas in the Conservation Unit Social = R$ 4 mil/ community/year Income = R$ 4 mil/ community/ year
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  • 9. BOLSA FLORESTA PROGRAM - 14 UCs FAMILIES/BENEFICIARIES RDS Cujubim 15 (188 residents) Resex Rio Gregório 101 (614 residents) RDS Mamiruá 1.952 (9.928 residents) Resex Catua-Ipixuna 213 (1.084 residents) RDS Piagaçu-Purus 523 (3.026 residents) RDS Amanã 470 (2.314 residents) RDS Rio Negro 394 (1.400 residents ) RDS Uatumã 301 (1.145 residents) FLOREST Maués 553 (2.816 residents) RDS Canumã 92 (420 residents) RDS Rio Madeira 655 (2.700 residents) RDS Uacari 203 (1.254 residents ) RDS Rio Amapá 258 (1.200 residents) RDS Juma 320 (1.611 residents)
  • 10. Fonte: FAS Janeiro 2010 © AGECOM / Pinduca Rodrigues BOLSA FLORESTA Allowances for Ecosystem Services 6.341 Families 28.772‏ People 14 Conservation Units
  • 11. REDD DO JUMA PROJECT work in progress Validation of 3,6 million tCO2e (2006 – 2016) by Tüv Süd in accordance to CCBA standards 589.612 ha Area 3 rd July 2006 Created in 22 Comunnities 322 Families
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  • 14. NO RIGHTS, NO REDD. NO REDD, LESS RIGHTS.

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