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RPDS AMAZON RIO

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The process of creating the first Private Reserve for Sustainable Development in Brazil began in 2011 and was completed on June 5, 2013, with approval by the State Center for Conservation Units of the Amazonas Secretariat for the Environment and Sustainable Development (CEUC /SDS), through SDS Ordinance No. 86/2013.

In the media

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The RPDS AMAZON RIO integrates a mosaic of private Conservation Units with three other private areas of the EBCF, which are managed in an integrated and articulated manner, totaling approximately 20 thousand hectares of protected areas.

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The Amazon Rio RPDS is 20 times larger than all the Private Reserves ever created in the Amazon combined.

Location

Located in the municipality of Manicoré, in the southern region of the State of Amazonas, on the banks of the Madeira River, and with 15 traditional communities in its surroundings, the RPDS Amazon Rio is 333 km away from Manaus, by air, and 427 km by waterway .

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Communities served

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Urucury

Água Azul

Vista Alegre

Boa Esperança

Santa Eva

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Santa Maria

Pandegal

Democracia

Jatuarana

Terra Preta do Ramal

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Kamayuá 

São José do Miriti

São João and Ponta Grossa

Terra Preta do Rio Manicoré 

Mocambo

Official documents

Diario Oficial

Reserve Creation Act
official diary

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Sense of Communities

Sustainability Matrix
of the Communities

Management Plan
of the Reserve

Videos from Reserves