Maísa REDD+
Project

Located in the endemic center of Belém, Pará, a region of great importance for Amazonian biodiversity, the REDD + Maísa Project aims to promote the conservation and valorization of the forest through its multiple uses. The historical context of the region is marked by high rates of deforestation, a fact that reinforces the importance of the project's strategies, which involve the improvement of the area's monitoring processes, providing the protection of species in critical danger of extinction, such as Chiropotes satanas (Cuxiú-preto), in addition to promoting agricultural and extractive activities.


Location: Moju - Pará State

Project start: May 21th, 2012

28,753

hectares


128

flora species of which
8 are threatened with extinction

350

e species of fauna,
29 of which are threatened with extinction


GOLD LEVEL FOR BIODIVERSITY (CCBS)

67,458

tCO2eq emissions reduced per year


6,103

hectares of deforestation avoided in 30 years

REDD+ Projects contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals:



REGISTRATION AND DOCUMENTATION

Maísa VCS ID 1329


Maísa

Monitoring Report   |   PD   |   Project Summary
Verification Reports: VCS
Verification Statement:
VCS - 2015   |   VCS - 2014


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