Supporting Durrell's Atlantic Forest project in Brazil

As part of our Group commitment to environmental sustainability we are supporting Durrell and their ongoing project in The Atlantic Forest.

As part of our Group commitment to environmental sustainability we are supporting Durrell and their ongoing project in The Atlantic Forest.

After making the decision not to attend this year’s MIPIM, we have decided to donate the money we would have spent attending the event to an environmental project with global benefits.

As part of our Group commitment to environmental sustainability we are supporting Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and their ongoing project in The Atlantic Forest. The project links small patches of rainforest by planting tree corridors to connect the Morro do Diabo State Park to isolated forest fragments to the north. This will give threatened populations of black lion tamarin, puma, jaguar, and ocelot a chance to thrive again, as well as neutralising approximately 2,500 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. This extraordinarily lush rainforest, which extends both along the Atlantic coast and inland into southern Brazil, is home to many species of animals and plants that are found nowhere else on Earth.

For more information on the project click here.

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