This project's mission is to conserve and protect the Amazon rainforest and its biodiversity through nature-based solutions. It seeks to combat climate change, generate high-quality carbon credits, and reconcile the environment, society, and market. The project protects forests located in one of the regions with the highest deforestation rate in the Amazon biome: the municipality of Lábrea, in Amazonas. Lábrea is geographically located near the "Arc of Deforestation" and neighbors other highly deforested municipalities, as well as the Ituxi and Evergreen projects. Before the project's implementation, the Unitor area suffered a deforestation rate of 0.81% annually—the equivalent of 194 soccer fields—principally due to cattle raising. In 2018, the project began monitoring carbon stock measurements and fauna, flora, and forest integrity, as well as developing income alternatives for extractive communities. Upon project approval, the landowners will implement mechanisms to ensure effective surveillance inside the project area. Specifically, six deforestation surveillance posts have been placed around the properties, with an expectation to install nine more stations after the sale of carbon credits, adding to the deforestation control efforts already underway in the neighboring Ituxi REDD project. Additionally, fire brigade training and technical community training on sustainable cattle raising and forest management will be carried out. The project will continue sustainable forest management activities in the project area as a further tool to guarantee forest surveillance. The presence of workers in timber management areas is a significant factor in reducing the pressures of trespassing illegal wood harvesters. In this way, the project aims to improve social conditions in the region, specifically developing social activities in addition to improving deforestation control.