Carbon Credits

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The EBCF emission reduction project was certified in November 2017, and had its process

of validation carried out by the Rainforest Alliance in accordance with the standards of

international certification of the VCS CCB standard (current VERRA)


The Amazon Rio REDD+ IFM project is expected to generate approximately 2.2 million VCUs over a 36-year period.


The EBCF carbon project is permanently under monitoring and was first verified in 2017, with the issuance of a total credit package of 240,000 VCUs for the period from 2013 to 2016.


The EBCF is currently carrying out the second verification for the last 5 years (period 2017 to 2021), and is expected to issue in 2022 a total of approximately 300,000 VCUs.

Validation and Verification Certificates

Amazon River REDD+ IFM

We expanded our business model through the acquisition of new forest areas in the Amazon for the generation of Carbon Credits and the sustainable development of riverside communities
Our certificates
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Over the past 10 years, the EBCF has developed a great deal of knowledge about the carbon offset credit business and is expanding its business through the acquisition of new areas in the Amazon.

A new company (Joint Venture) formed between the EBCF and International Investment Funds will acquire the land and operate the projects.


Phase 1 of the EBCF Investment Program foresees the acquisition of 400,000 hectares in new areas located in the Amazon region in a period of 4 years for the implementation of Carbon Credit Projects and development of traditional and riverside communities.


All projects consist of Projects for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD), in the category of Avoided Planned Deforestation Methodology (APD) - VM007.


EBCF executives have the experience and credibility to prospect and negotiate new forest areas with 100% resolved land conditions and feasibility studies for the carbon credit project.


Our multidisciplinary technical team is qualified and has easy circulation and understanding of traditional communities in the Amazon, with great expertise in the development and implementation of socio-environmental and climate projects aimed at generating carbon credits.