In an interview with Bem da Terra from the channel Terraviva, the CEO of brCarbon, Bruno Matta, presents the restoration projects (ARR) and how they can facilitate and speed up the reforestation of degraded areas and the environmental regularization of rural properties.
Rural entrepreneurs from Pará tell in this Exame’s article how they are reconciling soy and cattle with the conservation of areas of native vegetation in the Amazon. And best of all, earning revenue from carbon credits through projects in partnership with brCarbon.
CEO of brCarbon, Bruno Matta, in a live interview for the Bem da Terra
The CEO of brCarbon, Bruno Matta, in a live interview for the Bem da Terra program, on the Terraviva channel, presents the company and the impacts not only on tackling climate change, but also on biodiversity and on the communities that live in the areas where REDD+ carbon projects are developed, in addition to presenting advantages for rural landowners.
Ação Sustentável a TV program on Canal Agro+ interviewed the CEO of brCarbon Bruno Matta
Ação Sustentável, a TV program on Canal Agro+, interviewed the CEO of brCarbon, Bruno Matta, who spoke about carbon projects, the advantages for rural producers and the impacts on the climate, communities and biodiversity.
Bruno Matta and Diego Serrano discuss the steps that Brazil should take to be at an advantage of its potential to convert its emissions into monetary resources and lead the decarbonization and reduction of the planet's heat.
BRCarbon was one of the six startups selected to compose the portfolio of AMAZ, an impact business accelerator in the Amazon. Those chosen will receive BRL 200,000 and support on several fronts, such as mentoring and networking.
Six startups are selected in the first cycle of the Soja Sustentável no Cerrado program
BRCarbon and five other startups were selected to be part of the 1st cycle of Soja Sustentável no Cerrado (Sustainable Soy in the Cerrado), a program that aims to foster entrepreneurship and innovation for the production of deforestation-free soy.
2022 will be the year of impact business in the Amazon
2022 brings growing potential to support businesses that see value in standing forests and sustainable development in the Amazon. In this context, the AMAZ accelerator selected six startups with proposals of positive socio-environmental impact for acceleration and investment, among them, BRCarbon.
Startup accelerator AMAZ selects six impact businesses
AMAZ Aceleradora de Impacto concluded its selection of the businesses that will become part of its portfolio in 2022. The six selected startups, among them, BRCarbon, are businesses that present innovative solutions for the development of products and services in strategic value chains for the conservation of the Amazon.
Carbon Market and the Brazilian Opportunity for Protagonism
David Escaquete, Commercial Director of BRCarbon, explains that the value of each carbon credit traded in the voluntary market is based on the characteristics and purpose of the project to which this credit is linked.
Land Innovation Fund, Agtech Garage and Embrapii select startups for sustainable soy program
BRCarbon is among the six businesses selected for the initiative that seeks to map innovative solutions that generate a positive economic and socio-environmental impact on the soy supply chain in the Cerrado.
6 businesses that operate in the Amazon and will be accelerated in 2022
The so-called impact business are already a reality in the world's largest tropical forest region, and they coming to configure a new ecosystem that is part of the solution to keep the Amazon standing. An ecosystem that conserves the environment and generates work and income to communities
Meet six innovative businesses operating in the Amazon
If in 2021 the eyes of the world turned to the Amazon for its importance in climate issues, 2022 will be the year to shed light on the enormous potential of preserving the largest tropical forest on the planet also in business.
Technology and innovation are present in the Amazon
Innovation matches the largest forest in the world. Technology is being used to bring productivity, generate jobs, strengthen biomes and ecosystems, and build a chain that generates wealth and sustainability, simultaneously. A good example is brCarbon's.
Expedition in the Amazon promotes actions to benefit 450 families in Manicoré.
There will be many work fronts in these coming weeks, with actions that will help the local community to generate income in a sustainable way, improve the quality of life of the residents of these regions and, at the same time, promote the protection of the standing forest”, explains Heberton Barros, technical director at brCarbon.