Atlantic Forest

With the same management experience implemented in the public cultural centers under its responsibility, IDG - Development and Management Institute is able to operate socioenvironmental projects as a strategic partner of both the private sector and the public sector, in its different instances - Municipal, State or Federal - and civil society. More recently, IDG was responsible for the development, implementation and management of Santana and Macaxeira Urban Parks in Recife, affirming its commitment to sustainability and preservation of the environment.

Currently, in its environmental division, IDG signs a Technical Cooperation Agreement with the State Secretariat for the Environment (SEA) for the operational management of the projects from the Biodiversity Conservation Mechanism of the State of Rio de Janeiro, denominated the Atlantic Forest Fund (FMA).

From the contract with SEA to the operational management of FMA, IDG assumes the responsibility of structuring and managing the resources deposited in the fund. With this project, IDG contributes to the preservation of the fauna, the flora and the native ecosystems, besides making feasible the execution of projects that offer opportunities for leisure, contemplation and environmental education in protected sites.


The Atlantic Forest Fund (FMA) is a pioneering and efficient mechanism of financial and operational management that allows agile, transparent and planned execution of projects focused on Biodiversity Conservation in the State of Rio de Janeiro. The fund aims to optimize the application of State Environmental Compensation resources and other non-budgetary funds such as: Terms of Conduct Adjustment (TAC), Forest Restoration Obligations, National and International Donations and other sources.