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Iguaçu National Park Concession

Iguaçu National Park Concession 

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  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    10th Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Miscellaneous

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    In progress

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    Common Concession

  • TYPE OF INITIATIVE

    Estatal

  • UF

    PR

  • AWARD CRITERIA

    to be defined

Project Summary

The Iguaçu National Park, created in 1939 by Decree No. 1035, houses the largest remnant of Atlantic forest (seasonal semideciduous) in southern Brazil. The National Park protects a rich biodiversity, made up of representative species of Brazilian fauna and flora, some of which are endangered, such as jaguars, pumas, yellow-crested alligators, purple-breasted parrots, hawks, peroba-rosa, ariticum, araucaria, and many other species of relevant value and scientific interest.

This expressive biological variability added to the unique landscape of rare scenic beauty of the Iguazu Falls made the Iguazu National Park the first Conservation Unit in Brazil to be established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.

Joined by the Iguaçu River to the Iguazú National Park in Argentina, the Brazilian Park is part of the most important biological continuum of South-Central South America, with approximately 1 million hectares of natural areas, over 600,000 hectares of protected areas and another 400,000 in still primitive forests.

The Iguaçu National Park is today an example of sustainability, where social and environmental development is carried out with the integration between protection and conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources.

The qualification of the Park in the PPI, made by the Council through Resolution No. 79, of August 21, 2019, has the objective of making the concession of the public service to support visitation, as well as services to support conservation, protection and management of the conservation unit.

  • Project Current Situation

    Studies are under discussion between teams from the Ministry of the Environment and the Secretariat of the PPI.

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Parque Nacional do Iguaçu

Parque Nacional do Iguaçu

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