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Cerrado miner has another action to protect the faveiro-de-Wilson

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The fire It is an indispensable agent for maintaining biodiversity in the different savannas of the world. As the Cerrado is classified as the Brazilian savanna, fire plays a very important role in maintaining certain ecosystems and species of its flora. However, it should be noted that the naturally occurring fire, that is, caused by lightning or spontaneous combustion is different from indiscriminate burning, which when provoked is extremely harmful to the Cerrado's biodiversity.

To perform a conservation work on the tree known as wilson's faveiro in the municipality of Pequi, Minas GeraisIn July the forest fire brigade was created. Pequi is located in the midwest of Minas Gerais, 182 km from Belo Horizonte and concentrates the largest number of trees of this species. The brigade is made up of 16 volunteer brigade members resident in Pequi, who in June received full theoretical and practical training offered by the NGO Brigada 1 and the faveiro-de-wilson Conservation Program. The creation of this brigade was one of the actions provided for in National Action Plan for Conservation of this species.

This action is part of the project. & #8220; Handling and protection of wilson's faveiro & #8221;, which aims to increase protection for the faveiro and its habitat by implementing actions from its National Action Plan. The project is executed by Society of Friends of the Belo Horizonte Zoo-Botanical Foundation and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF, Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund) and International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB). Read the full article on site from the Society of Friends of the Belo Horizonte Zoo-Botanic Foundation.


The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan, the MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.

 

 

 

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