System of Incentives to Environmental Services
The System of Incentives to Environmental Services (SISA) is the result of a government policy that believes in the value of standing forest. Created by State Law nº 2.308 / 2010, it brings together a set of strategies and instruments that benefit those communities engaged in production with a focus on sustainability and conservation of the environment.
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Secretariat of Environment of Acre
Deals with the formulation of public policies for the Environment. It seeks to improve the socio-environmental sector of the State Government in accordance with the guidelines of the National Environmental System– "SISNAMA".
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Institute for Climate Change and Regulation of Environmental Services
It is responsible for the adequate implementation of SISA and other instruments needed to mitigate and adapt to climate change. It is an institution with financial autonomy and administrative independence, supervised by the Secretary of State for the Environment (SEMA).
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Company for the Development of Environmental Services
CDSA was created by SISA Law No. 2,308 of 2010 to promote the ecosystem products and services through partnerships with the private sector, creating a flow of investments in sustainable production practices to reduce emissions and conservation of other ecosystem services. It also promote access to national and international markets for environmental services.
It is constituted as a joint-stock company with ANAC as a minority private partner (17%), and the Government of the State of Acre (83%). It is currently under the supervision of the State Secretariat for the Environment (SEMA).
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