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Avery Resor

May 22, 2016
10:18

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Dear Gustavo Pinheiro,

 

Thank you for submitting your proposal to the Land Use contest. I would like to remind you that you have less than a day to complete your proposal before the deadline of May 23rd. Keep up the good work and please let us know if you have any questions.

 

Best wishes,
Avery

 

Climate CoLab Land Use Fellow


Chopstick Glue

Jul 6, 2016
08:47

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Dear Gustavo,the project looks great. Would it be interesting for sugarcane producers in northeastern Brazil? As you must know this is one of the most deforested areas of Atlantic forest in Brazil. Most of the forest remnants are owned by sugarcane industries which have lost competitiveness to other regions.cheers,Pedro


Hemant Wagh

Jul 25, 2016
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Why not to help those farmers to do this rather than buying farmers' lands...!!


Edward Davey

Jul 28, 2016
11:25

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I think this looks very encouraging and promising -- and I like the fact that the business plan intends to go to scale in the future.  My hope would be that the forests to be grown would be managed as sustainably as possible, with significant quotients left intact -- as, from a climate perspective, it is the intact and fully recovered/recovering forest which really generates the most substantial carbon storage and sequestration gains over time.  Best of luck!!


Pablo Elduro

Aug 1, 2016
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Muy buen proyecto! Todavia perdi el tiempo para votar.

Buena suerte!


Pablo Elduro

Aug 1, 2016
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Muy buen proyecto! Todavia perdi el tiempo para votar.

Buena suerte!


Pablo Elduro

Aug 1, 2016
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Muy buen proyecto! Todavia perdi el tiempo para votar.

Buena suerte!

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