Conference of the Parties


Since its inception, FAS participates actively in the United Nations Climate Conference discussions (UN). Since COP-15, the Foundation follows the negotiations on the carbon market and mechanisms for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD ), leading demands of Amazonian communities. On 2016, He starred in the Charter of Marrakesh, to encourage the government to rethink its estégias for carbon market.

On 2017, FAS participated in the 23th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UN body responsible for the climate) – COP 23, which aimed to kick the "rule book" for the implementation of the Paris Agreement (which should be regulated by 2018), and also increase the national ambition of Certain Contributions Nationally.

The Foundation participated in the debate Alliance REDD + Brazil to discuss the potential funding through REDD +.

The FAS organized in partnership with the University of Bonn event Too Big Too Fail, where he presented the manual "Designing innovative schemes for payment for environmental services", developed in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank (BID).

The guide aims to globally replicate the methodology of the Bolsa Floresta (BFP), Amazon project Payment for Environmental Services (PES).

In education for sustainability, the Solutions Network for Sustainable Development (SDSN Amazônia) launched two innovative online platforms: Plataforma SDSN, which seeks to find and share initiatives aimed to Sustainable Development Goals (SDSN) UN in nine countries of the Amazon Basin, and the free online course "Managing and conserving our earth's ecosystem", aimed at academics from different levels to learning about conservation.

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