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Community Saracá the restaurant opens

Categories: Economics of Forest

With support from the Grant Program Income Floresta, Sustainable Development Reserve (Reserve) Rio Negro gets new dining room

Teenagers from SDR of Juma will be able to complete elementary school inside the Reserve

Partnership between FAS and the City Hall of Novo Aripuanã will benefit around 90 students in the protected area

Managers from Samsung visited CSC of Assy Manana, in Protected Area Rio Negro

Staff visited the structure of the Conservation and Sustainability Center Assy Manana

"Nova Aliança" Community, Rio Negro Reserve of Social Development, gain new social center

Categories: Social Actions

Amazonas Sustainable Foundation encouraged the construction of a common place for socializing

Exchange between chefs and bordering the Amazon intends to contribute to regional cuisine restaurant

Categories: General

Saracá community will benefit from the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) restaurant to encourage income generation and community-based tourism, well as training and workshops for food.

Bolsa Floresta encourages income generation in the Rio Negro RDS

Categories: General

To encourage sustainable growth, four communities received materials poultry

FAS is a reference to the international press at COP17

Categories: General

The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), this with a team of five people in the COP 17, has been considered source […]

Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) performs COP17 side event and talk about your results

Categories: General

Amazon Evening, counted with the presence of 200 people and generates debate on REDD and the participation of riverside communities in the process.

Amazonas Sustainable Foundation promotes Side Event at COP 17

Categories: General

The first two days of the conference had highlighted as the expectation for a new global climate agreement and discussions on REDD

FAS opens Notice of manager selection for NCS

Categories: General

Professional will act in the Center for Conservation and Sustainability Assy Manana, in Protected Area Rio Negro

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