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KPMG supports two WWF nature conservation projects

KPMG supports two WWF nature conservation projects

  • KPMG is involved in two nature conservation projects run by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Germany: in the Unganisha nature reserve in East Africa and in the Cerrado in Brazil
  • Both projects are committed to protecting the climate, water and biodiversity
  • Supporting the projects is part of KPMG's climate strategy
  • Income from internal CO2 pricing is used to finance the two projects

Berlin, 07 December 2023

KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft is stepping up its commitment to climate protection and has entered into a partnership with the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) Germany. As part of the partnership, KPMG is financing two WWF nature conservation projects: a reforestation project in the Brazilian Cerrado and a project to safeguard the Unganisha nature region and the protected areas there. These include the Serengeti and Kilimanjaro National Parks. Both projects not only pursue the goal of climate protection, but also aim to protect water supplies and biodiversity.

The partnership with the WWF strengthens KPMG's climate protection efforts as part of its "Our Impact Plan" sustainability programme. The projects are financed with funds from KPMG's internal CO2 pricing programme, which the company uses to offset its own emissions and create additional incentives for sustainable action. Together with other member firms of the global KPMG organisation, KPGM in Germany has committed to reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2030.

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