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» Greenoxx Global Environmental Program – The Madre de Dios Amazon REDD
Madre de Dios Amazon Project has been developed by Greenoxx NGO, who also financed an
important part of the project and will exclusively commercialize it.
Summary Madre de Dios Amazon REDD Project
On 20th September 2012 Madre de Dios Amazon REDD Project has achieved validation according
to the VCS Standard. In this way, it has become the first REDD Project in the Peruvian
Amazon to have achieved the double validation following two of the most stringent and
prestigious Standards at a worldwide level: VCS + CCB Gold.
In December 2009, the Madre de Dios Amazon REDD Project was approved according to the
Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standards. Due to its high social and
environmental sustainability the project obtained Gold Level, being one of the first REDD
projects to achieve said status:
Climate, Community and Biodiversity Alliance (CCBA) Standards Certification - Madre de Dios
Amazon REDD Project
The project has been registered in the Markit Environmental Registry, as another step
towards its future registration in the VCS (Voluntary Carbon Standard). The project sold
its first tons of CO2 in May 2010, at a USD 7 price per carbon certificate.
For more information, visit <
http://www.greenoxx.com/en/madre-de-dios-home.asp> or contact Silvia Gomez
at < email@example.com >
» Amazonas Sustainable Foundation – The Juma Sustainable Development
Reserve Project: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Deforestation in the State of
The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation is a public-private, independent and non-profit,
non-governmental institution of public interest and without political party connections. It
was founded in December, 2007, by the Amazonas State Government and the Bradesco Bank,
according to its bylaws, approved by the State Public Ministry, in the title recorded at
civil registry, according to federal and state laws.
For further information, please access http://www.fas-amazonas.org/.
For more information, see:
"The Juma Sustainable Development Reserve Project: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
from Deforestation in the State of Amazonas, Brazil", Project Design Document, and
CCBA (Climate Community and Biodiversity Alliance) validation report by
TÜV–SÜD Industrie Service GmbH for this project.
The Costs of REDD: Lessons from Amazonas
Methodology for estimating reductions of greenhouse gases emissions from frontier