Resource Details

Pacto pela Restauração da Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact)

Project: Project - Scientific Project - Nonprofit Project - Government

Contact Info

secretariaexecutiva@pactomataatlantica.org.br

Affiliations

  • The Nature Conservancy - TNC (COORDENADOR)
  • Associação Mico Leão Dourado - AMLD
  • Instituto de Estudos Ambientais - MATER NATURA
  • Associação para Preservação do Meio Ambiente e da Vida - APREMAVI
  • Associação para a Proteção da Mata Atlântica do Nordeste - AMANE
  • Fundação SOS Mata Atlântica - SOSMA
  • Instituto Floresta Viva - IFV
  • Instituto Terra de Proteção Ambiental - ITPA
  • Laboratório de Ecologia e Restauração Florestal - LERF
  • Rede de ONGs da Mata Atlântica - RMA
  • Companhia Vale do Rio Doce - VALE
  • Secretaria Estadual do Meio Ambiente - RS
  • Secretaria do Meio Ambiente do Estado da Bahia - BA
  • Secretaria de Estado do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Hídricos - PR
  • Secretaria de Estado de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hídricos - ES
  • Secretaria do Meio Ambiente do Estado de São Paulo - SMA/SP

Link(s)

http://www.pactomataatlantica.org.br/index.aspx?lang=pt-br

website available in English and Portuguese

Description

  • The Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact (AFRP) was created to coordinate the reforestation efforts of public and private institutions, government, companies, and landowners to achieve optimal results for conservation of biological diversity.  The Pact operates on the idea that large-scale integration of projects is required to address the restoration of the Atlantic Forest.
  • The AFRP aims to restore 15 million hectares (37 million acres) of Atlantic Forest by 2050.
  • The AFRP strategy consists of disseminating information and experiential knowledge on restoration, generating funds for restoration, influencing policy that favors restoration, monitoring restoration projects, taking advantage of payment for ecosystem services, and generating restoration-related employment.
  • The AFRP system of management includes a steering committee comprised of 16 government and non-government organizations (see "Affiliations"), an executive office, and 5 working groups.
  • The website includes background information on the Atlantic Forest, descriptions of methodology for identifying target areas for restoration, and species lists used in reforestation.

Related Publications and Projects

Geographical Region

  • Coastal Atlantic South America
  • Ecosystems

  • General
  • Country

  • Brazil
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