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|Progress to Date:||3.5 Million Tress Planted|
|Services Needed:||Financial support|
|Start & End Dates:||Jan. 2020 » Dec. 2021|
|Contextual Condition(s):||PHYSICAL: Ecosystem vulnerability or degradation|
|Additional Benefits:||Heightened agreement on priority basin water challenges|
|Planning & Implementation Time:||More than 3 years|
|Financial Resources:||Less than $1,000 USD|
|Primary Funding Source:||pool|
|Project Challenges:||RESOURCES: Lack of financial resources|
ITPA was born in 1998, from the initiative of environmentalists committed to guaranteeing the protection of one of the last and most conserved fragments of Atlantic Forest, in Rio de Janeiro, the Tingu Biological Reserve. We are currently the largest environmental organization based in the state of Rio, where we maintain dozens of work fronts, with more than 70 employees, and we have already planted 3.5 million trees. We are involved in forest restoration actions, creation …
|Basin and/or Contextual Conditions:||PHYSICAL: Ecosystem vulnerability or degradation|
|Project Benefits:||Heightened agreement on priority basin water challenges|
|Indirect or Direct Beneficiaries:||Ecosystems|
|Months & Implementing:||More than 3 years|
|Financial Resources:||Less than $1,000 USD|
|Primary Funding Source:||Pool funding (i.e., joint funding of several partners)|
|Challenges:||RESOURCES: Lack of financial resources|
At 9 years old, Felix Finkbeiner launched the youth initiative Plant-for-the-Planet in 2007. So far, more than 91,000 youth in 75 countries have been trained as Climate Justice Ambassadors that give speeches to their peers and adults, and fight for … Learn More
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