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We Will Not End up Only Protecting Nature

We Will Not End up Only Protecting Nature

When you think of the future of the earth, it is important to preserve the environment where many forms of life can leave descendents, as they are doing now.
The Ricoh Group is promoting its forest ecosystem conservation project in various parts of the world in partnership with environmental NPOs and local residents.
What is the forest ecosystem conservation project?

It will present the ideas of NPOs and Ricoh as well as the details of the project by picking up some activities through interviews between NPO staff members speaking for the project and interviewers from Ricoh.

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Protect the Russian Forest Where the World's Largest Tigers Live

Protect the Russian Forest Where the World's Largest Tigers Live

At present, Russia reportedly has 22% of the world's forests, which are precious habitats for rare wildlife. These areas are now endangered by deforestation and the consequential destruction of nature.

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1st Interview:

Protecting forests in Sierra Madre

Protecting forests in Sierra Madre

We will today review those that preserve biodiversity in Sierra Madre, the Philippines, and which Ricoh has promoted since March 2000.

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