How to become a Pact's member

Welcome to the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact! Here are the forms of participation. By choosing one or more categories 1 to 4, the institution will become a signatory, while performing the function described in each category. When choosing categories from 5 to 8 the institution will become non signatory, but will be contributing to the development of actions in other ways. Institutions non signatory, as they wish and meet the criteria and procedures stipulated in each category from 1 to 4 may apply to join and become signatory of the Atlantic Forest Restoration pact at any time.

 

SIGNATORIES

 

To the institution becomes effective signatory to the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact, it should take the following steps:

 

1) Accept the rules outlined in the Protocol of the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact;

2) Choose your category of interest below and fill in the corresponding register;

3) Accept the Term;

4) Receive approval of the Advisory Council of the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact by email

 

Meet the categories of participation as a SIGNATORY institution:

 

1- EXECUTOR OF RESTORATION PROJECT

They are institutions that perform specific projects of forest restoration (natural regeneration, direct seeding, and enrichment of species) and who are willing to follow the criteria and procedures established by the Coordination Council of the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact.

 

 

2- RESEARCH AND DIFFUSION CENTER

They are institutions that develop research and produce scientific knowledge and / or develop diffusion actions of this knowledge related to ecosystem restoration activities in the Atlantic Forest and other related activities (eg colleges, universities, research centers or training centers). To become a signatory to the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact as a Research and Dissemination Center, the institution should be developing and providing some knowledge to, or in partnership with a signatory of the Pact and / or the general actions of the movement as well how to answer the questions above.

 

 

3- PUBLIC POLICIES FORMULATOR

They are institutions that act and / or promote discussions for the development of laws, policies and programs related to the restoration of the Atlantic Forest, which can be governmental and non-governmental organizations (forums, councils and government departments). The institution should be involved in the discussion and formulation of laws, policies and programs that benefit the restoration and answer the questions above.

 

 

4- SPONSOR AND / OR DONOR

These institutions - private companies, foundations, government funds and individuals - who are financing and / or sponsoring projects of signatories and / or institutional actions of the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact, or that are donating services or inputs to the movement.

 

 

NON SIGNATORIES

 

For non signatory institution it is necessary to choose a category of participation and fill in the corresponding register for each category.

 

Meet the categories of participation as a NON SIGNATORY institution:

 

5- PRODUCER OF SEEDS AND SEEDLINGS

They are institutions that perform actions related to forest restoration in the Atlantic Forest through seed production and native plants.

 

 

6- SERVICES AND INSUMOS

Natural or legal person appointed by an institution of the Atlantic Forest Restoration pact, which offers services and / or supplies directly related to the development of forest recovery actions.

 

 

7- VOLUNTEERS

Natural person who wants to voluntarily promote the actions and projects for the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact for society (personalities, journalists, supporters of the cause or various professionals).

 

 

8- I WANT TO REGISTER MY AREA FOR RESTORATION

Natural or legal person with areas available for forest restoration and want to register them in the bank by the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact for possible opportunities for recovery. THE PACT DO NOT WARRANT AND IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RESTORATION OF THESE AREAS

 

 

 

 

 

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