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Environment · 01:09

World Green Organisation

  • By Suet To (Angie) Wong · Central Asia Hub, APEC


World Green Organisation

Main aim of the charity

The World Green Organisation (WGO) is an independent non-governmental organisation concerned with environmental conservation and environmentally related livelihood and economic affairs. It provides a holistic approach to a fully integrated three-pronged solution that combines social, environmental and economic aspects for a environmental revolution. Through science-based policy research and community projects, the WGO aims to enhance the quality of the environment, promote a greener economy, and improve people’s livelihoods. In particular, it will focus on the social concerns of underprivileged groups and on the creation of a green economy, to help realise its vision of sustainable development. The WGO has created a network of world-renowned experts in environmental protection, poverty alleviation and economic development. Our partnership enables us to promote green community and sustainable economic development together by transforming people’s lifestyles and business best practices in developed and developing countries. We have research partnerships and cooperation programs in Australia, Myanmar, Angola, South Africa, the U.K., North America, Beijing, and Hong Kong.

How the employee got involved and why

Go green is one of DHL direction. Urbanization leads to lack of green colour in Hong Kong. I enjoy to commune with nature so that I hope that I can do something for environmental protection.

What work does the employee do for charity?

Tree planting

What impact would winning have on the charity?

This winning can alert others that there are many types of volunteers work for go green we can involve. Also, the winning prize will be donated so that my charitable cause can keep continuous and more people can be involved.

What impact would winning have on the employee?

It is the best recognition and motivation to keep me going on my volunteering work.

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