IDG - Institute of Development and Management is specialized in managing public cultural centers of great importance to the country and environmental programs. The Institute is responsible for the management of Paço do Frevo, in Recife, and, in Rio, the Museum of Tomorrow. In its environmental perspective, it was responsible for the development, implantation and management of the Santana and Macaxeira Urban Parks in Recife, promoting the conservation of green areas in the cities and raising public awareness about the importance of preserving local biodiversity.

IDG is currently responsible for the financial and operational management of projects under the Biodiversity Conservation Mechanism of the State of Rio de Janeiro, denominated the Atlantic Forest Fund (FMA). Following the Technical Cooperation Agreement with the State Secretariat for the Environment - SEA, IDG Environmental assumes the responsibility of structuring and managing the resources deposited in the fund. With this, IDG Environmental contributes to the preservation of the fauna, the flora and the native ecosystems, besides making feasible the execution of projects that offer opportunities of leisure, contemplation and environmental education in the protected places.