2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-40142008000300009
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Abstract: O Programa Bolsa Floresta implementa uma série de atividades prioneiras no campo da conservação ambiental e desenvolvimento sustentável na Amazônia. Sua concepção se insere no contexto das mudanças climáticas globais e de redução do desmatamento, com especial ênfase para as comunidades tradicionais da "Amazônia profunda". Este artigo descreve o conceito e a estratégia de implementação do Programa, com uma ênfase especial para as ações de saúde. Primeiro, é apresentado o contexto no qual foi concebido. Depois, … Show more

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“…The Juma project benefits local communities with direct payments through the program Bolsa Floresta, which is implemented in 13 projects in addition to the Juma project and covers 10 million ha and 6000 families [51]. Although the project was developed as a mitigation project, many aspects of its design and benefit sharing address both mitigation and adaptation concerns.…”
Section: Linkages Between Mitigation and Community Adaptationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Juma project benefits local communities with direct payments through the program Bolsa Floresta, which is implemented in 13 projects in addition to the Juma project and covers 10 million ha and 6000 families [51]. Although the project was developed as a mitigation project, many aspects of its design and benefit sharing address both mitigation and adaptation concerns.…”
Section: Linkages Between Mitigation and Community Adaptationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…I conducted research on BF during 2009 through interviews and participant observation in various meetings and workshops, both in Brazil and in the United Kingdom, as well as on a one-week visit to a community of the Rio Negro that had recently been integrated in the program. I also used various publications by Virgilio Viana (2008Viana ( , 2009Viana ( , 2010, Director of Fundaçaõ Amazonas Sustentável (FAS, Sustainable Amazonas Foundation); discussions with FAS employees and community representatives at Rio+20; and information publicly available on the FAS website (http://fas-amazonas.org/?lang=en). I carried out research on AS in May 2007 and May through June 2011 through participant observation and in-depth interviews with the following: Tiaõ Rocha, Director of Centro Popular de Cultura y Desenvolvimiento (CPCD, Centre for Popular Culture and Development); Flavia Mota, CPCD's project manager; various local educators and "caring mothers"; and two youths.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The BFP was established by the Government of the State of Amazonas through its Secretariat for Environment and Sustainable Development in 2006 and is implemented by the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (in Portuguese -Fundação Amazonas Sustentável -FAS) (Viana, 2008). The BFP is a voluntary programme to reduce deforestation and promote sustainable development by rewarding the communities for changing their destructive land use practices.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%