Bridging Gaps in the Brazilian Rainforest

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Bridging Gaps in the Brazilian Rainforest

Caterpillar works to protect endangered forests in Brazil
Monica Salles, Caterpillar Corporate Responsibility consultant, is proud to be part of the ConBio Campo Largo project in southern Brazil.

Monica Salles, Caterpillar Corporate Responsibility consultant, is proud to be part of the ConBio Campo Largo project in southern Brazil.

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Monica Salles, Caterpillar Corporate Responsibility consultant, is proud to be part of the ConBio Campo Largo project in southern Brazil. The objective of the two-year initiative is to preserve green, urban areas and protect endangered forests in Brazil, as well as improving public understanding of conservation. Funding is provided through a $500,000 grant from the Caterpillar Foundation, and the program is executed via a partnership between the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF), a hemispheric development organization and SPVS — Society for Wildlife Research and Environmental Education (Sociedade de Pesquisa em Vida Selvagem e Educação Ambiental), a traditional Brazilian conservation organization.

Read more in the 2014 Sustainability Report.

Keywords: Environment | Brazil | CSR Reports | Caterpillar Inc. | Conservation | Environment | Research, Reports & Publications | Trees | endangered forests | sustainability

CAMPAIGN: Caterpillar's 2014 Sustainability Report

CONTENT: Article

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