REDD+ Project
Jari Valley

(Amapá and Pará) 

Jari Valley covers several productive activities – from forest management, to sustainable agriculture and extractivism – being a region of great social and environmental importance, and constantly threatened by human activity. Jari’s Group properties are located in this context and have great regional importance. Aiming to curb the constant threats towards the area, the Amapá & Pará REDD+ Projects seek to promote qualification of the sustainable forest management and agroextractivism productions, promoting the well-being of the communities turning them into partners for maintenance of the forest resources.


Location: Laranjal do Jari and Vitória do Jari – Amapá State | Almeirim – Pará State

Project Start: Jari Amapá: January 14, 2011 and Jari Pará: July 08, 2014

920.000

total hectares of the two areas


340

species of flora
54 are endangered

2.070

species of fauna
133 are endangered


GOLD LEVEL FOR BIODIVERSITY (CCBS)

660.000

tCO2eq emissions reduced per year


64.866

hectares of deforestation
avoided in 30 years

303

families from 5 communities
initially impacted

REDD+ Projects contribute to the UN sustainable Development Goals:




REGISTRATION AND DOCUMENTATION

Jari Amapá VCS ID 1115

Jari Pará VCS ID PL1811

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