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Project Focus: Buriti - Income Generation for Youth and Women, Conservation of Veredas and Chapadas

Vereda is a type of Cerrado plant formation that is surrounded by typical, usually humid fields, with the presence of the buriti palm (Mauritia flexuosa). This type of ecosystem ensures humidity even in dry periods, making it a refuge for fauna and flora. The Buriti project & #8211; income generation for young people and women,…

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Project Team & #8220; Avoiding the Merganser Extinction & #8221; records species in the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, Goiás

by Gislaine Disconzi, Instituto Amada Terra The project Avoiding the extinction of the Merganser in the Veadeiros Corridor & #8211; High Landing & #8211; Kalunga, which is run by the Amada Terra Institute, and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and Brazil's International Education Institute (IEB), carried out a field expedition this April in the Park. …

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Productive Backyard, Food Security and Agroecology Project provides educational material focusing on public policies for traditional territories and communities

The book Public Policies for Traditional Territories and Communities was prepared as a didactic material for the 1st Pedagogical Workshop of the Productive Backyard, Food Security and Agroecology project in the Guará River Valley, São Desidério, Bahia, which is executed by the Federal University of Western Bahia (UFOB) and Bahia Polytechnic School Foundation (FEP Bahia), and…

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Project in focus: Miranda-Bodoquena Corridor

The Miranda-Bodoquena Corridor project: filling social and environmental gaps, which was implemented by ECOA and was supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the Brazilian International Institute of Education (IEB), was closed in the month. of January (2019) and aimed to assist the revegetation and conservation of the Cerrado, by strengthening non-timber extraction…

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Considered extinct in the state of Minas Gerais, weevils are reintroduced in a protected area in the north of the state.

via Instituto Ariramba The boll weevil (Sporophila maximiliani) is one of the rarest and most endangered birds in Brazil, and populations in the wild are currently unknown. The last record in the wild occurred at the end of 2014, where a small population was located in the interior of the state of Mato Grosso, which has not been seen since. In the rest of…

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Opportunity: Key Biodiversity Areas Partnership Recruit a Regional Focal Point for Latin America

via Rainforest Trust Thirteen of the world's leading conservation organizations have established an ambitious new partnership to identify, map, monitor and conserve key biodiversity areas (KBAs) through the application of the KBA Standard. The KBA Focal Point in Latin America will lead and support activities and report to the Head of Secretariat. It will implement…

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CEPF Cerrado and IEB Select 5 Small Support Projects in 3rd Call for Letters of Intent 2018

The Regional Implementation Team (RIT) of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF Cerrado) makes official the outcome of the selection process for the Third Grants Call of Intent (CDI) 2018 Small Support / Small Grants. In response to the announcement We received a total of 76 projects, including Small and Large Support. The proposals initially went through a screening where they were reviewed…

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Course Creation and Management of Municipal Conservation Units in the Cerrado will be offered in Goiânia

Ambiental 44, responsible for the project “Evaluation and Strengthening of Cerrado Municipal Conservation Units”, which is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB), in Together with the Laboratory of Image Processing and Geoprocessing (LAPIG / Federal University of Goiás) and MvB Associated Consultants, will offer the course Creation and Management…

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Jurumi Institute opens opportunity in project supported by IEB and CEPF Cerrado

The Uebelmannia buiningii Donald (Cactaceae) Ecology and Recovery project, which is run by the Jurumi Institute and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the Brazilian Institute of Education (IEB) , aims to propose a recovery plan for Uebelmannia buiningii, an endemic cactus from the Serra Negra region in the Espinhaço Range (Minas Gerais). This plan will be…

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Projects in focus: Agroforestry providing ecosystem services

From December 1 to 2, 2018, the Rio São Bartolomeu de Mutua Network Association Cooperation - Rede Bartô promoted a course in the implementation of agroforestry systems in partnership with expert Felipe Caltabiano, through the Agrofloresta project that provides ecosystem services. support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership (CEPF)…

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Cerrado Seed Network opens opportunity for technical and communication advisory services in a project supported by CEPF Cerrado

The Seed Market and Restoration Project: Providing Environmental Services and Biodiversity, which is run by the Cerrado Seed Network and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and Brazil's International Institute of Education ( IEB), operates in the main links of the native seed production chain: the seed collectors, the…

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Instituto Oca Brasil launches notice for Georeferencing area in a project supported by CEPF Cerrado

The Project Design and Integrated Implementation of Federal Private Reserves in the Chapada dos Veadeiros Region, which is run by the Oca Brazil Institute and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and Brazil's International Institute of Education. (IEB), aims to promote new Private Reserves of Natural Heritage - RPPN and the…

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Project seeks to strengthen environmental management and governance of local governments for biodiversity conservation

Ambiental 44 Ltda., Responsible for the project “Evaluation and Strengthening of Cerrado Municipal Conservation Units” supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the Brazilian International Institute of Education (IEB) , was represented at the last meeting of the year of the Working Group (WG Brazil) coordinating the project “Protected Areas and…

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Workshop promoted by Rede Cerrado in November brought together representatives of traditional peoples and communities

In order to debate and dialogue about territorial rights, including land disputes and conflicts, especially in the countryside, and to learn about new forms of territorial guarantee, which the Cerrado Network promoted on November 6 and 7, in Brasilia, the I Territories Workshop. The meeting brought together representatives of peoples and communities…

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Neotropic Foundation of Brazil opens opportunity for vacancies in the Union project of COMDEMAs Pro-Cerrado

The Pro-Cerrado Union of COMDEMAs project, which is run by the Neotropic Foundation of Brazil and is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and Brazil's International Institute of Education (IEB), aims to strengthen COMDEMAs, in order to support local decisions that contribute to the conservation of the Cerrado and to the…

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Peruaçu: The Silent Scream of the Path

The Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic project, which is run by the Pró-Natureza Foundation and has the support of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB), aims to promote the strengthening management of the Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic. The Sertão Veredas – Peruaçu Mosaic (MSVP) is a set of protected areas located on the left bank of the São…

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Training in Cerrado seedling production brings together traditional peoples and communities in Mato Grosso do Sul

In November, the community of Aldeia Brejão promoted a practice in the production of Cerrado seedlings, through the Alvor Brejão Seedling Nursery Project for Agroforestry Production. This project receives support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the Brazilian International Institute of Education (IEB). The training workshop involved representatives of the…

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IEB hires Grant Manager for CEPF Cerrado

  Brasilia, November 29, 2018 The IEB (Brazilian International Institute of Education) is a non-economic Brazilian civil association created in 1998 whose mission is to “strengthen social actors and their leading role in building a just and sustainable society”. . IEB's institutional objectives are: to promote the effectiveness of…

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Project promotes training in production of seedlings of native Cerrado species in Aldeia Brejão, Mato Grosso do Sul

The Seedling Nursery Project for Agroforestry Production in Aldeia Brejão, which is run by the Hanaiti Yomomo Association (AHY), aims to include indigenous people in the community development process, ensuring a sustainable alternative in food security, the use of new social technologies, sustainable use of Cerrado soil and plant species, as well as the aggregation…

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IEB and CEPF promote in November Third Cerrado Project Call

The International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB) invites civil society organizations, community groups, businesses and other stakeholders to make presentations on the 3rd Cerrado Hotspot Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) Notice. In addition to the presentation of the announcement, training will be held, focused on projects already contracted by CEPF. The presentation of the announcement and the training were already…

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Projects in focus: Sustainable Production Practices

  The project & #8220; Sustainable Production Practices as Promoters of Conservation of Biodiversity in the Urucuian Hinterland & #8221; promotes and strengthens the productive chains associated with the sustainable use of natural resources and ecological restoration through the diversification of agro-extractive production with sustainable management through the collective structuring of families within the Sustainable Family Farming Cooperative…

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People's Land Films the Plateau Roller

  The plateau dove (Columbina cyanopis) is one of the rarest birds in the world and was missing for almost a century until a small population was rediscovered in May 2015 in Minas Gerais. Due to its rarity, the species was listed in the Probably Extinct category, according to the Brazilian Ministry of Environment. According to BirdLife / IUCN's list…

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Debate on economic instruments and ecological identity for Forest Code implementation

  In August the Strategic Conservation (CSF-Brazil), the Forest Code Observatory (OCF) and the Brazilian Fund for Biodiversity (Funbio) promoted the & #8220; Debate on economic instruments and ecological identity for the implementation of the Forest Code & #8221. The event takes place within the framework of the project “#8220; Implementation of Environmental Reserve Quotas (CRA) in Maranhão and opportunities in…

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Agenda: X ICMBio Seminar & #8220; Strategic Research for Social and Environmental Development & #8221;

  Began on Tuesday (18/09) the X Research Seminar and X Scientific Initiation Meeting of the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio). This year, the theme is “Strategic Research for Social and Environmental Development”. The event brings together researchers, ICMBio servers, students and stakeholders. The event runs until tomorrow and has round tables…

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Projects in focus: Buriti - income generation for youth and women, conservation of Veredas and Chapadas

  In August the Cooperative Grande Sertão, which runs the Buriti project - income generation for youth and women, conservation of Veredas and Chapadas with support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB), made a visit to Belém (PA) in order to consolidate and build…

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Rede Cerrado launches new website in event that brought together associated and partner entities

Composed of 54 member entities and about 300 grassroots organizations, Rede Cerrado, which resumed the activities of the Executive Secretariat earlier this year, brought together affiliated and partner institutions for a celebration to celebrate National Cerrado Day. On the occasion, there was the launch of the new website of Rede Cerrado that is already…

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Political Strategies for the Cerrado were launched in Brasilia on 09/04

  The document & #8220; Political Strategies for the Cerrado & #8221; It was the result of a process of collective construction by various civil society organizations, such as the Centro de Vida Institute (ICV), the International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB), the Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM), the Society, Population and Nature Institute. (ISPN), Socio-Environmental Institute (ISA), Rede Cerrado and WWF-Brasil. …

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The 1st Meeting of the Midwest Environmentalists took place in Brasilia

    From August 22 to 23 (2018) the 1st Meeting of the Midwest Environmentalists took place in the auditorium of the Hotel Nacional, promoted by the National Network to Combat Wild Animal Trafficking (RENCTAS), executed through the project & #8220; I FENACO - Forum of the Midwest Environmental Entities & #8221 ;, which has the support of the…

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TRASE launches 2018 yearbook with data on the sustainability of production chains

* The Trase 2018 Yearbook - Sustainability of production chains: risk of deforestation in Brazilian soybean exports presents the latest studies on the sustainability of global agricultural commodity production chains associated with tropical deforestation, based on Trase's unique transparency data. This data allows us to connect commodity production and its associated impacts…

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FENABARU 2018: Second National Baru Party | Full Schedule |

Here comes the Second National Baru Festival (FENABARU 2018) that will take place in the municipality of Arinos, Minas Gerais from August 16-19, 2018. Our partner, the Sustainable Family Farming Cooperative based on Solidarity Economy - COPABASE, is one of the partners of this initiative, which is supported by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF,…

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Union of Pro-Cerrado COMDEMAs

  Yesterday (26), the Neotropic Foundation of Brazil began its activities of preparation of the Action Plan of the Municipal Environment Council of Miranda (MS). On this occasion was invited to Dr. Livia Medeiros, specialist in caving, gave a lecture on Conservation of Underground Biodiversity and its relationship with the conservation of the Cerrado. It is …

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Food Forests in the Cerrado and International Family Farming Day | July 25th |

    On July 25, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) celebrates the International Day of Family Farming worldwide. In celebration to this day, we will present the Food Forests in the Cerrado project executed by the Agricultural Cooperative of Family Producers of Niquelândia - FamilyFamily and with…

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Endemic tree of Cerrado miner engages society in favor of conservation

The faveiro-de wilson, whose scientific name is Dimorphandra wilsonii Rizzini, from the legume family (Fabaceae), is an endangered species, “Critically Endangered” category. It is endemic to central Minas Gerais, in the transition from the Cerrado to the Atlantic Forest, that is, it does not exist anywhere else in the world. Per …

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Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic is expanded and becomes one of the largest in the Cerrado

        The Sertão Veredas – Peruaçu Mosaic (MSVP) is a set of protected areas located on the left bank of the São Francisco River, between the north and northwest of Minas Gerais and part of southwestern Bahia. With an approximate area of 1.8 million hectares and a perimeter of 1,210 km, the Mosaic involves…

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ENVIRONMENTAL SUITABILITY IN RURAL PROPERTIES: the application of the Environmental Regularization Program (PRA)

    The Biomes Project aims to develop and incorporate tree solutions for sustainable use of Brazilian rural properties and to enable rural producers and technicians as potential implementers and multipliers of these solutions. Regarding the new Forest Code, this project seeks to integrate the supply of agricultural and forest products, expanding the possibility of…

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Avoiding the Merganser Extinction in Chapada dos Veadeiros, Goiás, Brazil

The project “Avoiding the extinction of the Brazilian Merganser in the Veadeiros-Pouso Alto-Kalunga corridor” started its activities in January 2018, in the city of Alto Paraíso de Goiás, located in the Chapada dos Veadeiros region. The project aims to carry out monitoring and research activities of the Merganser, public awareness actions and training…

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Conexsus 2018 Challenge

    The Conexsus Challenge aims to network the economic potential of sustainable community business. The idea is for networks to expand and generate positive socio-environmental impacts, such as territorial resilience and the transition to the low carbon economy. This initiative aims to mobilize the performance of various actors and connect enterprises, organizations…

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Get to know the Cerrado Museum

  In the minds of many people in Brazil there is a Cerrado stereotype illustrated by dry and gnarled trees, thick bark and thick leaves but not only does the Cerrado live, it also has a wide variety of cacti, bromeliads, orchids, palm trees and grasses. ; where 480 plant species are endemic, ie…

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Ecosystem Services Partnership Latin America and Caribbean Regional Conference to be held in Brazil in October

  The Brazilian Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services / BPBES, in partnership with the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development / FBDS and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation / EMBRAPA, will host the Ecosystem Services Partnership & #8211; ESP, which will take place between October 22 and 26, 2018 at the State University of…

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Project promotes conservation actions of the faveiro-de-Wilson

The Wilson faveiro has been studied, monitored and protected since 2003 by the Wilson faveiro Conservation Program. Currently, the native population is reduced to less than 300 adult individuals in the wild, largely due to habitat destruction. The Project Management and Protection of the Wilson's faveiro (Dimorphanda wilsonii), carried out by the Society of Friends of the…

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Rural communities receive training in rural property management in DF

    The Rede Bartô team, through the project “Agrofloresta providing ecosystem services”, held in April training in the pre-settlement Rosely Nunes, located in the Pipiripau River basin, northeast region of the Federal District, 55 km from the center of Brasilia. (DF). Thirty community-based men, women, youth and adults participated in the training in Management of…

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Socio-environmental organizations want to base Cerrado conservation on presidential candidate programs

  Proposed national strategy for the biome also includes the defense of the territorial rights of the peoples and traditional communities of the region. Guidelines will be delivered to candidates for President of the Republic Brasilia, June 4, 2018 - The Cerrado is more than the world's granary for Brazilian agricultural production, it is also…

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Integrated management and network strengthening were themes of the Cerrado and Caatinga Protected Areas Mosaic Meeting

It took place last week in Januária (Minas Gerais), between the 10th and 11th of May, the first Meeting of the Cerrado and Caatinga Protected Areas Mosaics. This meeting was organized by WWF-Brazil, Pro-Nature Foundation (FUNATURA), the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio), the State Forest Institute (IEF-MG), Mosaic Network…

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Cerrado Seed Network to promote courses in Goiás and Minas Gerais on ecological restoration and seed collection

The Cerrado Seed Network will promote in June the courses & #8220; Seed Collection & #8221; and #8220; Ecological Restoration & #8221 ;. The Seed Collection course will be taught in the cities of Mambaí (GO) and the Peruaçu region (MG) and the Ecological Restoration course only in the Peruaçu region (MG). The restoration course is part of the…

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WWF conducts educommunication actions in a project supported by CEPF Cerrado

The project & #8220; Strengthening integral territorial management in the specially protected areas of the Sertão-Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic & #8221; was approved at CEPF Cerrado's First Call of 2016 and is being implemented by WWF-Brasil and aims to integrate and strengthen the management of specially protected areas of the MSVP. WWF-Brasil has been betting on workshops…

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Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic Project holds meetings of the Working Groups in Januária (MG)

Continuing the activities of the Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu Mosaic Project, the meetings of the Working Groups were debated in Januária (MG), which are discussing the themes that are central to the revision of the Conservation Based Territorial Development Plan & #8211; DTBC and the elaboration of the Socio-Environmental Mosaic Zoning. Between the 03 to 06/04…

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IEB, CEPF and CI / GEF mission visits Cerrado conservation projects in Mato Grosso do Sul

This April, the International Institute of Education of Brazil / CEPF Cerrado received a visit from the CEPF International and Conservation International / GEF team for a visit to projects that are already underway in the Cerrado areas of Mato Grosso do Sul. The projects were approved in the First Call 2016 of CEPF Cerrado and…

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8th World Water Forum takes place this week in Brasilia

  The 8th World Water Forum, the largest global event on water issues, began in Brasilia on March 18 and will take place until next Friday (23). The event brings together representatives from over 170 countries, including scientists, rulers, parliamentarians, judges, engaged people, NGOs, researchers and ordinary citizens - to exchange experiences, analyze problems…

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SEMA Bahia launches publication of good agricultural practices for the Cerrado

The State Secretariat of the Environment (SEMA) of the state of Bahia has published the publication “#8220; How to grow food by planting forests - Stories of people, forests and fields” fruit of the Cerrado Project, which takes place in partnership between the State Government, the Ministry of the Environment and the World Bank, operating in 11 municipalities in western Bahia. …

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CEPF & #8217; s New Website Scavenger Hunt

To celebrate the new website, CEPF have created this short & #8220; scavenger hunt. & #8221; Email them the correct answers to the below four questions by Friday 16 March, for the chance to have your CEPF-funded project featured on their homepage. How many CEPF grantees are there in over 92 countries and territories? How many global donor organizations support…

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The return of wildlife in a restored area on the Miranda-Bodoquena Corridor

The ECOA (Ecology and Action) technical team, along with settled monitors, have been monitoring a reforested area of 22 ha, which had the restoration process started in 2016. In these visits, they identified areas with great potential for natural regeneration, where springs are gradually recovering with the aid of reforestation vegetation. In addition to the process of…

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Rural communities receive training through project supported by CEPF Cerrado

On February 23 and 24 (2018), the Rede Bartô team, through the project & #8220; Agrofloresta, provider of ecosystem services & #8221; conducted training in rural communities in the Pipiripau River basin, located in the northeast of the Federal District, 55 km from the center of Brasília (DF). The new rural settlers of the Agrarian Reform,…

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Conservation actions promoted by civil society and communities in the Miranda-Bodoquena Priority Corridor

The NGO Ecology and Action (ECOA) started its activities in the project “#8220; Corridor Miranda-Bodoquena: filling social and environmental gaps” #8221; in regions of the municipalities of Nioaque and Miranda (MS). The project is supported by CEPF Cerrado and aims to assist in the revegetation and conservation of the biome, through the strengthening of non-timber extraction in the communities and settlements of…

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Let's talk about the Cerrado?

CerThe Cerrado is the largest hotspot in the western hemisphere, covering over 2 million km2 in Brazil and smaller parts (around 1%) of Bolivia and Paraguay. This hotspot also includes the headwaters of the three largest river basins in South America (Amazonas / Tocantins, São Francisco and Prata), thus highlighting its importance to…

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Opportunity: FUNATURA has an open selection process for individual consultancy in different functions.

The Pro-Nature Foundation & #8211; FUNATURA has an open process of Selection of Individual Consultant (Request for Expression of Interest) aiming at the following functions: a) A technician for the Administrative and Financial Management of the Sertão Veredas & #8211 Mosaic Project; Peruaçu, which has financial support from Conservation International - CI through the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund…

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Course #8220; Creation and Management of Conservation Units in Urban Areas & #8221; will be offered in Brasilia

The course & #8220; Creation and Management of Conservation Units in Urban Areas: conceptual, legal and practical aspects & #8221; which will be offered between November 27 and December 2, 2017 by architect and urban planner Miguel von Behr, aims to train and develop the environmental and urban professional in the integration…

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PRESS RELEASE OF CEPF CERRADO 2017

Please be advised that the deadline for the receipt of applications for Small Projects was clearly set at 18:00 (Brasília time) on November 08, 2017, on the PROSAS registration entry page, as shown below. For further questions on this matter, please formalize the demand as…

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How to submit your proposal to CEPF 2nd Call?

The deadline for submitting proposals for CEPF's Second Call Cerrado is now November 8th (2017). This call is open to community groups and associations, non-governmental organizations, private companies, universities, research institutes and other civil society organizations. Letters of intent should be formulated for Small Projects (up to US$ 50,000) and…

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Project & #8220; Restoration of Fields and Savannas in the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park ”is awarded at an international conference on restoration

The project “Restoration of Fields and Savannas in the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park (PNCV)” was awarded as the best restoration project presented at the VII World Conference of the International Society for Ecological Restoration (SER), held between August and September 2017. The project, coordinated by ICMBio, competed with 14 other projects, having been among…

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CEPF Cerrado team will announce its 2nd public notice in the states of Tocantins, Mato Grosso and Maranhão

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is a joint program of the French Agency for Development, International Conservation, European Union, Global Environment Fund (GEF), Government of Japan, John D. Foundation and Catherine T. MacArthur and World Bank to support the protection and conservation of unique and threatened ecosystems (hotspots), such as the Cerrado. …

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Brazilian Biosphere Reserves Symposium

  September 22nd will take place in Brasilia the Symposium Brazilian Biosphere Reserves with the theme & #8220; Partnerships and Transformative Actions & #8221 ;. The event will take place at the Cerrado Center of Excellence - Cerratenses, located in the Brasilia Botanical Garden. The event has the following schedule: 8h30 & #8211; Good Morning! 9h & #8211; Pantanal Biosphere Reserve 9h20 & #8211; Biosphere Reserve…

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A future for the Cerrado

The main frontier where agriculture has advanced since the 1960s, the Cerrado has little chance of continuing to exist in the coming decades without emergency actions to expand its protected areas and lead to the large-scale adoption of less environmentally harmful production practices. Consolidating already protected areas is fundamental, including because…

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Event commemorates National Cerrado Day

As a way to discuss the Cerrado's biodiversity, its cultural traditions, water richness and threats, WWF-Brasil will hold an event in honor of the Cerrado National Day, which will be held on September 11th. The event will start at 11 am with a debate attended by representatives of the Ministry…

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Organizations develop online platform for mapping Indigenous and Community Lands

Thirteen of the world's leading land rights organizations have developed the Global Platform of Indigenous And Community Lands (LandMark), which is the first online, interactive and global platform for mapping indigenous and community lands, providing local and national data. It also tracks critical information about the legal security of these lands, allowing users to…

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Where are the animals of the Cerrado?

  Research conducted recently by the Biotropic Institute shows that endangered species may also be in regenerating areas of the Cerrado, demonstrating the importance of preserving and restoring degraded areas. Using automatic cameras, the institute captured images of mammals transiting the two distinct environments & #8211; vegetation of…

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CEPF Cerrado Selects Eleven Small Projects

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Regional Implementation Team (RIT) & #8211; CEPF Cerrado makes official the result of the selection process for the Small Support Proposals of the First Call for Letters of Intent (CDI) 2016. Of the 56 proposals received for Small Support, eleven projects were approved, based on the combination of criteria, among…

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