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Saving Nature and REGUA Announce Significant Land Purchase as Part of Multi-Year Conservation Vision for Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

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Durham, NC, December 16, 2021 –(PR.com)– Saving Nature, a non-profit, science-led conservation organisation dedicated to preventing extinctions and fighting climate change, announced today a significant land acquisition in Brazil. The investment is part of a multi-year partnership with Reserva Ecologica de Guapiaçu (REGUA), a Brazilian NGO working to restore critical habitat for biodiversity in the Atlantic Forest near Rio de Janeiro.

With barely seven percent of the original forest cover remaining, Brazil’s Atlantic Forest and its rich biodiversity are among the most imperiled on the planet. Saving Nature has been working with local conservation partners in the region for over a decade to restore a beachhead for biodiversity. The partners are working to reverse environmental damage by planting native trees on degraded lands to create vital connections between forest fragments where species are stranded in isolation and at risk…

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