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By Luis Alonso Martinez, Community Relations, Banamex October 17, 2013 02:43 PM
Getting back to nature and helping sea turtles has been a Banamex tradition for eight years and such a popular one that 1,000 employees applied to volunteer at this summer's Sea Turtle Conservation & Community Development program. Over the years, the program has been developed in partnership with the Mexican government and local communities where the sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.
Mexico is home to seven of the world's eight species of sea turtles, which makes preserving these animals a key priority for our country. In a scant eight years, 513 Mexican and U.S. volunteers have donated 34,880 hours of service to set up 13 sea turtle camps across Mexico, preserved and protected 16,241 sea turtle eggs and released 34,764 baby turtles into the sea.
By Ferenc Benda and Raoul Blignaut, Citi South Africa Green Team Members May 03, 2013 12:14 PMCiti Green Teams are communities of Citi volunteers in offices across the globe who work together to share ideas, resources and best practices on sustainability. We then focus on implementing these green solutions into the Citi office environment, our homes and if possible, the broader community in which we live in. Our motto is "One Citi... One Planet" and we are committed to creating a sustainable future through the 3 "R's"- Reduce, Re-use, Recycle.
Below are three ways that the Citi Green Team in South Africa works toward the Citi motto and demonstrates commitment to sustainability: