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CEMEX release new conservation book

A Geography of Hope

Building materials giant launches ‘A Geography of Hope: Saving the Last Primary Forests’ 

CEMEX have announced the release of a new book entitled: ‘A Geography of Hope: Saving the Last Primary Forests’, the fourth edition in the company’s Nature Books series. 

Continuing the tradition of excellence of the 20 volumes published by CEMEX in their previous Conservation Books series, this latest book combines extraordinary photography with direct prose to warn readers about the urgent need to preserve the planet’s natural resources. 

CEMEX collaborated with Conservation International, Earth in Focus and The Wild Foundation in the publication of the book.

The work of these organizations was essential to the production of ‘A Geography of Hope’, which underscores the spectacular environmental, cultural and spiritual value of the planet’s primary forests – areas that are fast disappearing as a result of human activity. 

CEMEX recognize the need to conserve ecosystems to ensure the well-being and sustainable development of the planet, and the company encourages joint efforts to prioritize the protection of the Earth’s remaining primary forests. 

Through this latest edition of their Nature Book series, CEMEX say they hope readers of the book will join the growing wave of worldwide conservation projects to preserve ecosystems throughout every corner of the globe. 

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