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With the right support and investment, the PCI strategy can
produce 6 Gt/CO2 of emission reductions and removals by 2030
Since it was launched at the COP26 in 2015, the PCI Strategy of the State of Mato Grosso has mobilized partners and investments that directly support the implementation of its goals.
Some of the most relevant initiatives operating in the State and which contribute positively to the PCI are:
Since 2009, the IDH has been operating in Brazil developing programs in the soy, cotton, coffee and wood production chains. As of 2015, the program started to focus on the territorial approach. The IDH landscape program is an integrated approach to production, protection and inclusion for sustainable natural management in its regions of operation. In Mato Grosso, the program focuses on supporting the state’s PCI Strategy, forming PCI Regional Compacts and co-financing projects with the private sector in relevant value chains.
Learn more: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com/landscapes/mato-grosso-brazil/
Launched at the Rio+20 Conference, in 2012, the REDD + for Early Movers is a compensation initiative that rewards nations that present positive results in forest conservation. At the end of 2017, the State of Mato Grosso received funding from the governments of Germany and the United Kingdom, which were earmarked for institutional strengthening actions and direct support programs for beneficiaries such as rural producers, indigenous peoples and family farmers in addition to traditional communities. The REM Program, carried out by SEMA-MT is integrated with the State System of REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation), with the Produce, Conserve, Include (PCI) Institute, and with the Deforestation and Forest Fires Prevention and Control Plan (PPCDIF), directly contributing to the achievement of the goals set for environmental conservation and deforestation reduction in the state.
Learn more: https://remmt.com.br/index.php/pt/
The Partnership for Action for a Green Economy - PAGE - supports countries interested in advancing towards more inclusive economies, which seek to use resources efficiently and with low carbon emissions. In 2012, the final document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio+20 - "The future we want", recognized the Green Economy as a channel for the promotion of sustainable development and the eradication of poverty. At the time, there was a call for the United Nations to support countries interested in the transition to greener and more inclusive economies. In response to this call, five UN agencies: UNIDO, UNEP, ILO, UNDP and UNITAR - created PAGE - Partnership for Action for a Green Economy, with the objective of meeting the growing demands of countries that seek to develop and implement Green Economy strategies in their territory. The Green Economy is one that results in the improvement of human well-being and social equality, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological imbalances. After the launch of the PCI Strategy - Produce, Conserve and Include, in December/2015, at COP 21 in Paris, the State of Mato Grosso in 2016, through Decree No. 739 of 11/10/2016, signed a partnership with PAGE and the program was started with the objective of contributing to the equitable and sustainable transformation of economic structures aiming to achieve environmental sustainability, create decent jobs, reduce poverty and improve human well-being. Mato Grosso was the first subnational state in the world to receive support from PAGE.
Learn more: https://www.un-page.org/news-events/news/brazil-mato-grosso-state-news
In 2019, the state of Mato Grosso received a USD 250 million loan to regain fiscal sustainability and increase institutional capacity for sustainable agriculture, forest conservation and mitigation of climate change. The program supports fiscal sustainability policies and management of economic growth based on “nature-based solutions” for environmental protection and mitigation of climate change in the state.
Learn more: https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P164588
Ensuing the support initiated by GIZ in 2017, a new technical consultancy commitment was agreed during the bilateral negotiations in November 2019 in Bonn (Germany) to assist in the implementation of the REDD+ for Early Movers Program with a focus on strengthening the PCI’s inclusion goals. The project will last two years and is expected to kick off in 2021. The expected results are
(i) The REM Subprograms meet the specific needs of Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Peoples and Communities in MT,
(ii) The REM Subprograms strengthen PCI strategies in the territories,
(iii) Strengthened capacity of other states in the Amazon region for REDD+ management.
Learn more: https://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/12055.html
The Decarbonization Pathway Project assists state and regional governments to develop a transformation process or path to reduce emissions. The pathway provides state and regional governments with a choice, so that they can make informed decisions about how best to reduce emissions while supporting economic and social development. Mato Grosso is a member of the GCF and Under2 Coalition, and the project is underway in the State through SEMA-MT.
Learn more: https://www.climateandforests-undp.org/gcf-task-force
O Projeto Trajetórias de Descarbonização auxilia governos estaduais e regionais a desenvolver um processo ou caminho de transformação para reduzir emissões. A trajetória proporciona uma escolha a governos estaduais e regionais, de modo que eles possam tomar decisões informadas sobre a melhor forma de reduzir emissões enquanto apoiam o desenvolvimento econômico e social. Mato Grosso é membro do GCF e Under2 Coalition, e através da SEMA-MT o projeto está em andamento no Estado.
Saiba mais em: https://www.theclimategroup.org/climate-pathway-project
Coordinated by CIRAD (Agricultural Research Center for International Development) in partnership with ONF-International and AVSF (Agronomists and veterinarians without borders), and with the financial support of AFD, the project aims to develop tools for territorial engineering capable of allowing planning and sustainable management in the territories in which it operates. In addition, transition indicators will be built during the project and will allow for the monitoring of the spatial dynamics related to land use. In Cotriguaçu, the project will be conducted by ONF Brazil and will aim to provide the municipality with a tool to control deforestation in addition to enabling agro-ecological practices. A group of pilot farms will also be set up to carry out training workshops to be held with the Life Center Institute (ICV), a partner of ONF Brazil.
Learn more: https://www.afd.fr/en/actualites/communique-de-presse/terramaz-new-partnership-reconcile-fight-against-deforestation-development-amazonia
The project aims to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase the income of small and medium producers in the Cerrado (Brazilian Savannah) biome, promoting the adoption of low carbon production technologies. The project has resources from the United Kingdom through the IDB and the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture (MAPA) and is executed by the IABS and iLPF network. The program seeks to implement activities that improve producers' access to technical assistance, training and credit, as well as actions to strengthen local productive organizations, in order to promote the commercialization of the agricultural production. In addition, it will improve the capacities of local technical assistance service providers (institutions and individual professionals) to work with low-carbon technologies. Such objectives will be achieved by supporting the adoption of crop-livestock-forest integration systems (ILPF) and the recovery of degraded pastures.
Learn more: https://www.ruralsustentavel.org/
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