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Rebio Trombetas

Trombetas Biological Reserve (Trombetas Biological Reserve), created by the Federal Decree on September 21, 1979, is also preserved with support from the MRN.We are partners of the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) the preservation of the reserve.Each year, we allocated funds to assist the Institute in the surveillance and development of environmental education activities in the communities that inhabit the reserve.

The area of 385,000 hectares of Trombetas Biological Reserve is home of the reproduction of turtles in the Amazon Turtle Project, run in partnership ICMBio, Institute for Amazonian Research (INPA), Petrobras Environmental Oriximiná City Hall, the Military Police of Pará, Mining Rio do Norte (MRN) and the riverside communities of the reservation.

In Rebio Trombetas are released into the wild every year, thousands of baby turtles, and tortoises pitiús-the-amazon, species that until recently were the target of poaching.

The project we support is helping to transform this reality, a move that combines monitoring, environmental education, alternative income generation for coastal communities, in addition to their involvement in conservation.

 

Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference
Environmental education that makes the difference

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