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The Council is formed by 12 members: 03 (three) representatives of state government agencies active in issues related to REDD+, being obligatorily the participation of the State Secretariat for the Environment - SEMA, who will Preside the Council; 03 (three) invited representatives of federal government agencies working on issues related to REDD+; 01 (one) representative of each of the following civil society groups: a) forest-based sector; b) family farming; c) business agriculture; d) indigenous peoples; e) socio-environmental non-governmental organizations with recognized work on the REDD+ theme; f) class organizations with recognized work on the issue of REDD+. The members from civil society will be chosen by Mato Grosso’s Climate Change Forum (see state law n. 9878, 2013).
PCI Executive Committee: Government: Casa Civil, SEDEC, SEMA, SEPLAG, SEAF; Farm Sector: UNEM – National Union of Corn Ethanol; Private Sector: Agroicone, Amaggi, IDH, MarFrig; Civil Society: EII, Ecoarts, and ICV. PCI Advisory Committee: Advisory Committee: Farming Sector: FAMATO, Acrimat, Ampa, Aprofir, Aquamat, AcrismatAC; Agricultural Rountables: Cipem, Arefloresta, GTPS, Anoreg, RTRS, FIEMT, Fetagri, Fepoimt, Pecsa, Carrefour, Roncador, Althelia, ONF Brasil, Fundação Mato Grosso, IPAM, EDF, Aliança da Terra, Instituto Socio Ambiental, Amigos da Terra, Ação Verde