This Monitoring Report template provides a form for projects (e.g. waste picker organizations) that carry out waste recovery (collection, sorting, proper disposal) to report the results of their monitoring activities.
It is designed to assist project lead organizations in compiling, organizing and reporting on the quantitative impact of activities.Download
For the past decade BVRio has been at the forefront of developing market mechanisms to incentivise producers, such as food and drink companies, to work with the informal waste collection sector to safely, effectively, and profitably remove solid waste from the environment. These initiatives now have a global reach and have evolved over time to help meet new legislation and to utilise new technology.Download
Since our foundation, 10 years ago, BVRio has been at the forefront of promoting the implementation of the Forest Code. To mark this anniversary, we have prepared a summary of our work in this space, including details of our actions of advocacy for the legislation, promotional campaigns, the creation of monitoring tools and market development, engagement with landowners, and more.Download
This Validation Checklist is part of the Auditing Protocol of the Circular Credits Mechanism’s
Standard (CCS) – a set of documents to assist in the evaluation of waste recovery projects
interested in issuing Circular Credits (CCs) based on their activities, through the Circular Credits
The Auditing Protocol of the Circular Credits Standard (CCS) is composed by a set of documents to guide the assessment of waste recovery projects interested in issuing Circular Credits (CCs) based on their activities through the Circular Credits Mechanism (CCM).Download
For 10 years BVRio has been advocating for and creating tools and initiatives in support of legal timber trading and responsible land use. This special anniversary publication shows the activities we have undertaken in this area over the past decade with the help of our supporters.Download
Recomendaciones para mejores y más inclusivas prácticas de recolección y reciclaje de residuos que
mejoren los medios de vida y fortalezcan la economía circular.
Unsustainable exploitation of the environment and the world’s resources presents one of humanity’s greatest challenges.
Current models of production and consumption by a growing population are incompatible with global natural resource and production limits. It is clear that new approaches are required in order to protect our planet and halt climate change. There is a need for new thinking to be applied to public policy, legislation, and voluntary corporate initiatives in order to change the current models and help guide countries towards a more sustainable path, and a greener and more inclusive economy.
Our mission is to design and promote new approaches through the creation of innovative market-based solutions for the benefit of the economy, the environment and people.Download
Recommendations for better and more inclusive waste collection and recycling practices to improve
livelihoods and strengthen the circular economy.