Ibama creates platform to monitor environmental recovery

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The Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (Ibama) created the Environmental Recovery Monitoring Platform (Recooperar), which will gather data from degraded or altered areas for the development of environmental projects. The standard that establishes the tool was published this Tuesday (2) in the Official Diary of the Union and will come into force on the 15th.

In addition to the environmental recovery actions promoted by Ibama, Recooperar will bring together administrative processes, including municipal and state ones, on degraded areas and geographic data such as biome and hydrographic information, in addition to definitions such as the destination given, whether it belongs to a conservation unit, territories quilombolas, indigenous lands, or if you have a Rural Environmental Registry (CAR).

According to the institution, information was incorporated on embargoed areas, on Degraded Area Recovery Plans (Prads) to repair environmental damage, compensatory planting projects and forest replacement.

Analysis Platform

Currently, monitoring of Ibama processes is carried out through the Geospatial Environmental Information Analysis and Monitoring Platform (Pamgia), where only process consultations are available by state, municipality, registration date, origin or administrative process number. Data from the agency’s other platforms will be migrated to the new platform, such as Ibama’s Simplified Vector Registry (CASV).

According to the rules, Ibama will also provide instructions to users for accessing the new platform, registering a profile and consulting the features.

The initiative is a strategy to implement the National Policy for the Recovery of Native Vegetation, also aligned with international agreements entered into by Brazil, such as the Bonn Challenge and the 20×20 Initiative, which aim to restore 12 million hectares of degraded areas by 2030.

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