EBCF’s economic purpose is to support a variety of eco-services and business-related activities to fund its social-environmental mission, based on seven distinct revenue streams, where Carbon Credits are included.
Success happens when projects are undertaken by the right people. In the Amazon Rainforest, the traditional indigenous communities (the local population) know more about their products and how to produce them than anyone else in the world could. It makes sense, therefore, that they be given the opportunity and right to manage the production of their timber-free products and others exclusive to the region, which in turn will see them benefitting from any investments that come as a result of their wisdom and focused labor.
NEW: Green Assets - Green assets may be a new category which represents coins that help the environment and want to create a positive impact on the planet. This is the case of the Amazonians Green Coin (AMA coin), a new green cryptocurrency that supports sustainable initiatives and environmental assets, services, and products.
Around 73.000 fires have been registered in the Amazon rainforest during this year. That makes approximately double the number of fires for the whole year of 2018. Deforestation continues to be the number one leader of the destruction of this critical place.
The Amazon Rainforest has a unique team dedicated to environmental protection and economic expansion through the correct use of resources, social equity, and social inclusion among the local communities, supported by private contributors using cryptocurrency.
UNESCO Biosphere reserves are areas involving terrestrial, marine, and coastal ecosystems. One of the 686 biosphere reserves in 122 countries, the North Devon Biosphere is focused on fusing the conservation of valuable biodiversity and natural assets with their sustainable use. Biosphere reserves are unique places where we can better understand and handle changes and interactions between social and ecological systems, which involves conflict anticipation and the management of biodiversity.
The Amazon Rainforest is commonly known as the Earth's lungs, as it is responsible for producing 20 percent of the oxygen in our planet's atmosphere. Amazon is the mother of all rainforests, the largest in the world with half the size of the United States.