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Klabin has Natural Heritage Private Reserves (RPPNs) in the states of Paraná and Santa Catarina that combined represent nearly 9,000 hectares dedicated exclusively to scientific research, environmental protection and the preservation of natural resources. Maintaining these spaces contributes to biodiversity conservation in the Atlantic Forest biome, since they help to protect many endangered species, which is why the scientific research conducted on both reserves is so important.



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1 hectare equals one football field, which means we have more than 8,000 football fields of conservation areas.

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Serra da Farofa Complex RPPN (Santa Catarina):

The Serra da Farofa Complex is Klabin's biggest RPPN and the third largest in Brazil’s South, according to the Indicators Dashboard of the National RPPN Confederation. The complex has nearly 5,000 hectares of remaining tracts of Atlantic Forest, where you can find araucaria forests, highland fields and cloud forests. The reserve has over 9,000 headwaters, including those of the Caveiras and Canoas rivers, and harbors over 570 species of flora and 357 species of fauna based on observations. Since 2008, 39 research projects have been conducted in the area, which include 13 master’s projects, 10 doctoral projects, 6 undergraduate projects and 10 continuous monitoring projects. See the Unit's Management Plan. 

Monte Alegre Farm RPPN (Paraná):

Acquired in 1998, the Monte Alegre Farm RPPN has nearly 3,852 hectares dedicated exclusively to the conservation of natural resources in the municipality of Telêmaco Borba, in Paraná state. The Monte Alegre Farm RPPN has two predominant forest formations: Mixed Upper Montane Forest, also known as “araucaria forest,” with 171 species of flora, of which 7 are endangered. Meanwhile, the survey and monitoring of fauna at the RPPN has registered a total of 380 species, of which 29 are mammals, 223 birds, 40 amphibians, 38 reptiles and 52 fish. In addition to harboring hundreds of species of fauna and flora, the area helps to maintain ecological corridors, protecting local biodiversity and water resources. See the Forestry Public Summary. 

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Klabin was the first company in Brazil to hold simultaneously the three seals of the FSC® (FSC-C023492) in ecosystem services. The certifications confirm our commitment to environmental preservation, as well as the efforts made and responsibility undertaken to ensure the sustainability of the entire value chain. To lean about each one, click here.  



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Klabin has Nature Interpretation Centers (CINAT), which are spaces for conducting research in the RPPNs. The centers also offer a wide range of educational activities in the field of sustainability, as well as wildlife monitoring, technical visits and exhibitions.  


The facilities of the CINAT at the Serra da Farofa Complex RPPN were designed to better support scientific production and knowledge generation. With 1,518.57 hectares of natural vegetation in a high level of conservation, researchers have access to heated dormitories, bathrooms with showers, a cafeteria, a study room and a social area. To welcome a diversity of publics, the CINAT also can receive persons with special needs and has a multiuse building that can host the many different activities hosted by the complex. 


Meanwhile, the CINAT at the Monte Alegre Farm RPPN is dedicated to environmental education and has a space for receiving researchers within the Klabin Ecological Park (PEK), located in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná. The space offers the entire infrastructure of the PEK, which includes an auditorium, meeting room and a space for welcoming visitors with a series of activities and interactions, which are all designed to provide full support for any kind of research and environmental education activities.  

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With this, Klabin contributes to the conservation of wildlife in the Atlantic Forest Biome, generating information on the distribution, richness and richness of species and, thus, the program for the maintenance of environmental attributes in its areas and the best direction for a sustainable management.


Currently, four biological communities are monitored (birds, medium and large biological, amphibians and reptiles and wild flora and trees) to ensure the recognition and protection of life, using these groups as legitimate biological.


Conservation area recovery systems are allowed to assess the conservation area recovery environment.