Aware of the role finance has to play in the field of biodiversity projects funding, Sompo Japan has developed a loan mechanism that fosters investments in ecological housing and finances a charity fund dedicated to Japanese specific landscape protection.
This project is designed to restore a natural reserve that has been ravaged by illegal logging and, over the long term to contribute to the local economy through the planting of trees. This has resulted in the planting of some 300,000 trees across nearly 350 hectares of highland area.
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