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Cooperating with companies
Cooperating with companies

Private companies and businesses have means, financial or otherwise, which could be used for the benefit of the public. The owners and managers of many of these companies have a sense of social responsibility and believe that supporting projects and activities that in one way or another serve the public not only fulfills their social responsibility and sense of indebtedness to other citizens but also lifts the image of their companies in the public eye.
We are, therefore, in search of socially responsible companies and businesses to get them involved in joint projects or secure their sponsorship. These companies turn into our partners in conservation by directly sponsoring them, participating in their implementation, or by providing or facilitating some of our running needs. In turn, we try to openly acknowledge their kind support and responsible attitude by placing their names and logos in our public relations events and by making public their support and cooperation from various communication venues that we have at our disposal, thus boosting their public standing. Moreover, one of the benefits of such cooperation is to promote environmental consciousness and sensitivity among managers of these companies and hence render them more conscious of the negative consequences of some of their commercial and industrial activities. Equipped with such knowledge, they can then voluntarily adopt measures to reduce their carbon emissions and other polluters of the environment.