Offset your CO₂e emissions
Invest in the conservation of the Amazon rainforest
Buy carbon credits generated from REDD+ and AR projects verified according to international standards
Invest in impact business
Promote the maintenance and recovery of ecosystem services
Become a shareholder or sponsor and profit from environmental conservation
Accelerate your forest restoration initiative
Count on the help of a team with over 10 years of experience
Access financial resources from the carbon market without taking risks and in an easy way

About BRC

BRCarbon (BRC) promotes natural climate solutions with financial resources from the carbon market to mitigate global warming. We work with innovative strategies and technologies to enable actions for forest conservation, ecological restoration and sustainable agriculture.

Verify your Projects

With the support of professionals with over 15 years of experience in the elaboration, implementation, monitoring and certification of carbon projects



Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation

Avoid deforestation in legally authorized areas.

Avoid illegal deforestation.

Reforestation and

Planting trees in areas where there was no forest.

Restoration of native forest areas.

Recovery of degraded areas.

Agricultural Land

Carbon projects based on the adoption of good practices, such as soil, pasture and crop management.

Reducing Emissions
from Forest Fire

Focus on reducing the emission of Greenhouse Gases (GHG).

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Natural Climate Solutions
Biodiversity Conservation
Respect for forest peoples


Team expertise
Distinctive Strategies
Innovative Technologies
Agile project
Agile project implementation
Our team makes

the difference!

Our technical staff is exclusively composed of professionals with more than 10 years of experience with the elaboration, implementation, monitoring and certification of carbon projects.

Bruno B. Souza

Senior lead auditor. Forest Engineer graduated from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (ESALQ/USP). Biologist graduated from the University of São Paulo (USP). Bruno is currently studying the impact of forest fires on carbon stocks in the Brazilian Amazon, under the supervision of Philip Fearnside, through the postgraduate program in Tropical Forest Sciences at the National Institute for Research in the Amazon – INPA. Trained as lead auditor in management systems by ATSG (ISO 14001: 2004), Rainforest Alliance and Imaflora. Bruno has more than ten years of experience working with validations and verifications of Carbon Projects, technical knowledge on VCS and CCB international standards, methodologies and tools related to GHG emission reduction estimates from avoided deforestation and removal of atmospheric CO2 by forest restoration. He also has experience with REDD+ public policy, developing jurisdictional REDD+ programs and implementing monitoring protocols related to environmental and social safeguards. Bruno was trained by the Institute of Tropical Forests (IFT) through intensive assessments in FSC Forest Certification and Reduced Impact Exploration. He has over ten years of experience working with FSC standards, including forest management and chain of custody certification. He was part of the technical working group in charge of developing FSC-PRO-30-006, a procedure created to assess and demonstrate the impact of forest management on Ecosystem Services.

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Bruno M. Matta

Master’s degree in Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development from the Graduate School in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability (ESCAS/IPÊ) with research related to the development of a deforestation baseline using the VM0015 methodology. He has experience in the valuation of Environmental Services and in the use of instruments and mechanisms to support environmental management and planning. He has strong expertise in Geoprocessing, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems, experience in the development, validation and verification of AFOLU projects. He has extensive knowledge of the certification process, especially for forest carbon standards (VCS and CCBS). He has already worked in different Brazilian biomes: Amazon, Caatinga, Cerrado and Atlantic Forest, in public, private and third sector institutions, always on issues related to environmental services, with an emphasis on forest carbon.

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Yohana C. Mello

Forest Engineer graduated from the University of São Paulo, she develops activities in the field of landscape ecology, monitoring, certification and risk analysis. She has practice in the use of geoprocessing, analysis and data integration tools, carries out various professional activities involving feasibility studies and monitoring of value chains. She had the opportunity to work in several territories and projects aimed at strengthening community forest management and socio-biodiversity products. In her final graduation work, she studied the development of methodologies for identifying areas of high conservation value (HCV) and currently participates as a trainee in verification audits on carbon projects (REDD+).

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Diego C. Serrano

Forest Engineer graduated from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (ESALQ/USP) in 2003. Diego holds a Master’s Degree in Energy Systems Planning in the field of forest residues and solid biofuels from UNICAMP (2007). His skills include coordination, elaboration and auditing of PDD´s / PD´s in scopes 1, 4, 13 and 14. He was technical coordinator of the European Union program for the strengthening of the productive chain of rural cooperatives in Mozambique (2005). He acted as a consultant on Extractive Reserves in the Amazon within the scope of UNDP programs (2004). He was a guest researcher at the National Biofuels Pole (2006). In the private sector, he acted as technical coordinator of carbon, biodiversity and forest projects for Ecológica Assessoria (2007) and as technical manager of carbon, forest and biofuels programs for CantorCO₂e, where he was the technical responsible for more than seventy carbon projects under the CDM and voluntary markets, including eight LULUCF PDs (2008-2009). From 2009 to 2014 he worked as lead auditor by Bureau Veritas Certification (BVQI) on carbon projects (CDM, VCS and emission inventories) where he audited more than sixty projects, 44 of which on CDM. He has a lead auditor training in ISO 14001: 2004. In 2009 he founded C3 – Forest, Environment & Energy, a company that provides consultancy in carbon, forest (LULUCF and AFOLU) and solid biofuel projects.

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Gabriela Aguiar

Forest Engineer graduated from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (ESALQ/USP), she works in the area of communication and stakeholder experience. She has experience in the areas of projects, quality, customer relations, human resources, environment and environmental education. In recent years, she has experienced the field of sustainability through social and environmental communication and the articulation of impact strategies.

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Heberton Barros

Bachelor’s Degree in Forest Engineering from the Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES) and Master’s Degree in Tropical Forest Sciences by the National Institute for Research in the Amazon (INPA) with an emphasis on Human Support Capacity in Amazon Agro-ecosystems. Since 2009 he has been working as a researcher at NGOs such as IDESAM and recently (2014) he has been working as a researcher associated with research groups at the CNPQ (INPA), where he develops activities related to Earth observation, analysis and territorial planning in the Amazon using tools for geographic information systems and remote sensing. His work involves the analysis of human occupation of the Amazonian territory; land use changes; prospecting for carbon projects via REDD+; elaboration, implementation and monitoring of REDD+ projects and conservation projects. He develops forest ecology studies focused on the structure of forests, quantification of carbon stocks and carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. Finally, he supported the formulation and articulation of strategic public policies to promote sustainable development in the Amazon region, at municipal and state levels. He is a member of the CNPQ research group: Environmental Services, Human Support Capacity and Impacts of Deforestation, led by INPA under the Coordination of the PhD. Phillip Martin Fearnside, where he develops research on the interaction of climate – human being – forests, with research focused on forest fires and exploitation of natural resources in indigenous territories in southern Amazonia, expansion of agricultural frontiers and territorial management in the arc of deforestation.

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Renan Kamimura

Forest Engineer graduated from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA) and has a Master’s degree in Tropical Forest Sciences from the National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA). He has over ten years of professional experience in the Amazon biome, in particular in the areas of monitoring vegetation cover both using remote sensing and through field collection in a forest inventory. He had the opportunity to integrate several field expeditions to collect primary data in the Amazon, in indigenous lands; conservation units and rural settlements. He has worked on several projects for Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) and Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in the scope of the voluntary forest carbon market as a developer and independent auditor.

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Bruna Azevedo

Bióloga formada pela Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz” – ESALQ/USP (2016). Mestre em Recursos Florestais, com ênfase em Conservação de Ecossistemas Naturais, pela Universidade de São Paulo (2021). Suas habilidades incluem manipulação e análise de dados ecológicos e de restauração florestal, além de ampla experiência no desenvolvimento, planejamento e execução de projetos de conservação e monitoramento da fauna e flora.

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Isabella Francischeti

Graduanda em Engenharia Florestal pela Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz” – ESALQ/USP. Possui experiência em projetos de restauração na Mata Atlântica e Cerrado, além de gestão e manejo de áreas naturais protegidas. Tem prática na utilização de ferramentas de geoprocessamento e em seu trabalho de conclusão de curso, caracteriza e compara o histórico do uso e ocupação da terra de 30 bacias na região Amazônica.

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Marcia Sousa

Estudante de Engenharia Florestal pela Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz” – ESALQ/USP. Tem experiência na utilização de ferramentas de geoprocessamento, monitoramento de áreas em processo de restauração e análise de infiltração em diferentes usos e ocupação do solo. Em seu trabalho de conclusão de curso atua com avaliação de imagens de sensoriamento remoto em áreas com cobertura florestal.

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