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Pacajai REDD+ Project


The Pacajai REDD+ project is located in the state of Para in Brazil. It comprises 166,000 hectares of biodiverse Amazonian forest and aims to protect this ecosystem. The Pacajai REDD+ project also works closely with the local Riverine people who are settled within the project area and depend on the forest for their livelihoods by securing land tenure rights, protecting the forest from external interference.

Along with its positive environmental impact, the project aims to enable the local people by improving their standard of living through better health care, education, infrastructure, and sustainable agroforestry practices. The project also includes the Climate, Community & Biodiversity (CCB) certification, a testament to its impact on social and environmental sustainability.

Overall Pacajai REDD+ Project benefits Summary:

  • Avert Co2 from the atmosphere in the order of approx 9.5M tco2 over the project lifecycle
  • Protect 166,000 ha of forest and protect native species
  • Offer local people avenues to improve standards of living and education
  • Filtered water for a community of 500 families

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The project targets and meets the following UN Sustainability Goals

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