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Corporate Partnerships

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Engaging with businesses to build a sustainable future

The challenges the global environment faces today are too big, too interconnected and too urgent for any one organisation to solve alone. Therefore, WWF seeks to work with those that have the greatest potential to reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of Hong Kong’s nature, and together, find solutions to conservation challenges.


Plastic is not fantastic
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WWF-Hong Kong has partnered with local retailers to donate proceeds from the plastic bag levy to support a healthy marine ecosystem.

City Super Group
(From right to left,) Earth Hour 2019 ambassadors, Mr Michael Tong and Ms Kay Tse; Mr Shun Chi-ming, JP, Director of the Hong Kong Observatory; Mr Liu Zhi Ming, Deputy Inspector of the Department of Educational, Scientific and Technological Affairs, Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Hong Kong S.A.R.; Mr Wong Kam-sing, GBS, JP, Secretary for the Environment of the Hong Kong S.A.R.; Mr Edward M. HO, Chairman of Board of WWF-Hong Kong; Mr Wang Tianyi, CEO of China Everbright International Limited; and Mr Peter Cornthwaite, CEO of WWF-Hong Kong pressed the light off button on stage to officially kick off the light off ceremony.
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Everbright International Environmental Protection Charitable Foundation

WWF and Everbright International Environmental Protection Charitable Foundation have partnered on Earth Hour for seven consecutive years. Everbright hopes to pool efforts from people from all social circles to spread the message of protecting the environment through the world’s-largest environmental initiative with the belief that Earth Hour raises public awareness that people are living beyond the earth’s limit, and calls for the public’s attention to transform the way we live.
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Apart from the Making Zero Impact Fashionable project, HSBC is a long-term strategic WWF partner, investing in the Mai Po Nature Reserve, with our Nature with No Barriers programme and Mai Po biodiversity survey, which identified over 2,050 species at the reserve. HSBC also supports the Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre, which continues to play a very important role in enabling local students and community groups to better understand marine conservation issues.
HSBC’s contributions have also enabled WWF-Hong Kong to continue renovation work at the Island House Conservation Studies Centre, and funded community tickets for schools to access our citizen science programme.
Peter Scott Field Studies Centre
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Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

The Mai Po upgrade project is funded by a HK$347.86 million grant from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. The grant covers elements that make it possible for the Mai Po Community to have the facilities needed by students, teachers, and those interested in wetlands research and training.
Our Other Corporate Partners

Coca-Cola China Ltd
Credit Suisse
The Habitat Penang Hill
Hong Kong Society of Medical Professionals

Lee Hysan Foundation
Lee Tung Avenue
Marriott Hotel
Ocean Park