Caterpillar's Commitment to SustainabilityWhat Will We Build Today?

Caterpillar's Commitment to Sustainability
At Caterpillar, we're crafting a legacy we're proud to support. Learn more about our commitment to sustainability at caterpillar.com/sustainability.

Increasing global population and the resulting demand for resources has produced severe impacts to much of the world’s natural infrastructure such as forests, prairies, agricultural lands, estuaries, coastal landscapes and wetlands. Healthy natural infrastructure offers many economic, environmental and social benefits – including productive fisheries along our coasts, increased biodiversity, improved storm resilience, recreation and tourism opportunities, improved water quality and enhanced scenic beauty. Healthy lands also offer the most productive means for removing carbon from the atmosphere, placing it where it can become a valuable component of soils, plants and ecosystems. Caterpillar, our unmatched dealer network and our customers are involved in complex restoration projects across the globe.

 

 

Reclamation:
What does it mean to you?

We recently asked dredging industry thought leaders what reclamation means to them. Find out what they had to say in the first blog in a three part series on reclamation and how it affects people, the environment, the economy, and the future.

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Sustainability at Caterpillar

Sustainability dredging work done by amphibious excavator

At Caterpillar, sustainability is our commitment to building a better world. Sustainability is part of who we are and what we do every single day.

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Restoring Natural Infrastructure

Sustainability white paper on Restoring Natural Infrastructure

This white paper addresses the current state of the natural infrastructure restoration industry and measures that could catalyze its development and expansion. The paper addresses policy needs, advocacy and awareness efforts, the business case for restoration and collaboration as a means forward.

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