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What says the Forestry Code and why we should follow it?

The Brazilian law 12.651/2012, named Forestry Code, establishes norms and criteria for protection of native vegetation in two types of areas: Permanent Preservation Area (PPA) and Legal Reserve Area. In addition to addressing forest exploration and other issues involving the human interaction with forests. The Permanent Preservation Area has the function of preserving environmentally fragile
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Ministry of Environment calls attention to increased forest fires

In eight months, the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), a research unit of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (MCTIC), registered more than 53 thousand outbreaks of forest fires and fire, corresponding to an increase of 65 % In relation to the previous year. A video produced by the Ministry of the
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See why Rural Environmental Cadastre is important

In 2012, the government instituted all owners to register their rural property in the CAR (Rural Environmental Cadastre). The objective is to form a database with environmental information of the rural properties, which will provide better control, monitoring, environmental and economic planning and combat deforestation. The registration can be done until December 31, 2017, through
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Check what says the 2016 report of the Brazilian Industry trees

Each year, the Brazilian Industry trees (IBA) issues a report on all aspects involving the forest sector, using as a basis the companies that are associated with it. Among the main positive points, is the growth of the sector ahead of the economic crisis that Brazil faced in 2015. Forest GDP grew by 3% compared
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Planted Forests and socioeconomic factors

Currently, Brazil is in 7th place in the ranking of countries with more areas of planted forests in the world. According to 2015 data, there are about 7 million hectares reforested, while the United States has 25 million and China 77 million. Despite the difference when compared to other countries, the forest sector was the
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See 3 gains of using certified wood in your business

It is a fact that the certified wood is guaranteed quality to the customer and security for the owner of the business, since it is possible to prove the legal origin of the product. However, there are other good points that can help the entrepreneur to boost your sales and attract customers. # 1 Certified
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High productivity of wood in Brazil raises expectation of production.

An estimate made by the Brazilian Industry Trees (Ibá) indicates that Brazil will double its timber production by 2020 from 7 million hectares of planted forests for 14 million, totaling investments of R$ 53 billion. Currently, the Brazilian industry of trees is highly productive, considering the amount of wood per hectare planted, favorable weather conditions
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Learn about the properties of wood and cutting types

Teak wood has properties which provide natural resistance to sunlight, rain, insects and fungi. These features are the main difference compared to other hardwoods and is what matters most to the final consumer. However, whenever it is worth knowing a little better about our work tool. Thinking on it, let's talk a little about the
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Brazilian environmental policies prioritize reforestation

In the climate of the Paris Agreement, the Ministry of Environment (MMA) of Brazil and the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) reaffirmed at a meeting on 13 April in Brasilia, that its efforts prioritize forest restoration and sustainability in Amazon. According to the executive secretary of the MMA, Carlos Klink, in addition to combating illegal

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The evolution of conscious consumption of water in the Trees Planted sector

Cultivation of trees planted is directly linked to the conservation of rivers and biodiversity, besides contribute to carbon sequestration and protect native forests. Therefore, companies of the sector, as Floresteca, adopt the most advanced techniques of planting and land use. The technology, genetic improvement and the enhancement of techniques made it possible triple the forest
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