World Wild Fund for Nature
WWF has worked in Brazil since 1971, but officially opened its office there in 1996. WWF runs dozens of projects here in partnership with regional NGOs, universities and government agencies. It develops activities to support research, legislation, public policy, environmental education and communication. in particular, many conservation projects are aimed at stimulating sustainable economic alternatives that both involve and benefit local communities.
Forests Forward Program Participant
Suzano SA is a Brazilian company of pulp and paper with presence in over 80 countries. It is the largest pulp and paper company in Latin America. The company is headquartered in Salvador and has offices in Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Fort Lauderdale, London, Shanghai and Sidney. The company is a leader in the paperboard market in Latin America. It is among the 10 largest producers of market pulp and the largest producer of eucalyptus pulp in the world.
In collaboration with
The Ecofuturo Institute is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 and maintained by Suzano that contributes to transforming society through environmental conservation and reading promotion. Among the main initiatives are the Ecofuturo Community Library project and the management of the Parque das Neblinas, where environmental education activities, scientific research, ecotourism, forest management and restoration, and participation are developed.