Protecting flora and fauna ecosystems

Toyota believes that biodiversity and climate change are the most important global environmental issues. Based on the Biodiversity Guidelines announced in 2008, Toyota intends to contribute to the creation of a sustainable society through its main business-such as through the development of technologies with a low biodiversity impact-and also through the resolution of local social issues.

Digest of Toyota's Activities for Protecting Flora and Fauna Ecosystems
Interviewed Naoya Furuta of IUCN about corporate initiatives for the conservation of biodiversity.

Activities

Preserving Loggerhead Turtle Spawning Beaches (Japan)

These activities involve the establishment of erosion-prevention hedges on coasts in order to halt sand erosion. In this way, an environment is created that is conducive to spawning for sea turtles.

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Preserving Loggerhead Turtle Spawning Beaches (Japan)

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Toyota's APA Costa dos Corais (Environment Protection Area) (Brazil)

Toyota in Brazil supports the conservation of ecosystems for flora and fauna, such as endangered manatees, coral reefs, and mangroves.

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Toyota's APA Costa dos Corais (Brazil)

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Forest of Toyota (Japan)
TogetherGreen (United States)
Toyota Shirakawa-Go Eco-Institute (Japan)
Toyota China Youth Environmental Protection Aid Program (China)
Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
Saving the Hyacinth Macaw (Brazil)

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