Saturday, August 24, 2013

The Nature Conservancy and AT&T: Partners in “Skip the Bag” Program

In its mission to help the environment, The Nature Conservancy has teamed up with AT&T in Hawaii and on the national level to launch an eco-friendly shopping experience that asks AT&T customers to “skip the bag” with their purchases, and in exchange AT&T will donate 10 cents to the nonprofit for each surrendered bag. The purpose of the promotion, which runs until Jan. 31, is to align with The Nature Conservancy’s mission of protecting and restoring lands and waters.

AT&T's Skip the Bag campaign is in support of The Nature Conservancy's efforts to protect and restore the lands and waters on which all life depends. The Nature Conservancy takes innovative action to invest in the planet's environmental and economic future, including Hawaii's fresh water and coral reefs. This is an effort to empower AT&T customers with sustainable choices, increase efficiency and minimize impact on the environment.

The Nature Conservancy and its partners in Hawaii are leading innovators in conservation technology to adapt and implement cutting-edge techniques in forest conservation. The Conservancy is expanding the conservation toolbox by developing, field testing, and piloting the most promising technologies and then quickly implementing them on the ground.

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