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IPAM Amazônia | Desenvolvimento sustentável da Amazônia pelo crescimento econômico, justiça social e proteção da integridade de seus ecossistemas.
In 1995, still under the impact of ECO 92 developments, a group of researchers gathered in Belém do Pará, in Brazil, to create the IPAM, a non-governmental organization with a pioneering approach: to produce scientific knowledge engaged in actions in the field and discussions about public policies. At that time, there were many questions about the Amazon and the speed and causes of its devastation, its influence on climate regulation and the steps to generate a model of sustainable development for the local population.
Over the years, IPAM has made essential contributions to Brazil and the world by producing knowledge and testing the application and viability of public policies. After 20 years, we know more about the Amazon, but the challenges persist and are renewed. That small group has expanded to nine offices and about one hundred employees, but the IPAM approach is still necessary.
IPAM was created in Belém, Pará.
IPAM and partners launched the concept of "compensated reduction of deforestation", which served as the basis for the REDD+ mechanism.
The savannization project begins, simulating the effects of fire on forest degradation in the Amazon.
IPAM helped create and coordinate the Socio-Environmental Development Plan for BR-163 and Xingu, based on the federal government's BR-163 Sustainable Plan, a participatory governance framework in the country's history of entrepreneurship.
The book "REDD no Brasil: uma perspectiva amazônica” [REDD in Brazil: an Amazonian perspective] was published.
IPAM helped create CIDS, the first consortium of cities focused on reducing deforestation and fire.
In scientific articles, IPAM and partners presented the importance of protected areas and indigenous lands for climate balance, which contributed to the National Policy on Environmental and Territorial Management in Indigenous Lands.
– IPAM conducts a study on deforestation in settlements. INCRA based the Assentamentos Verdes [Green Settlements] program on this study.
IPAM and partners helped prepare the Produzir, Conservar e Incluir [Producing, Preserving and Including] strategy, launched by the government of Mato Grosso.
– IPAM was one of the winners of the 2016 Google Social Challenge and received resources to develop the Alerta Clima Indígena app, which helps communities prepare for climate changes ahead.