As 2018 draws to a close, we’d like to thank all of our fantastic clients, partners, employees and friends for what has been another exciting year at Vaimo.
Christmas is a time of giving, and on behalf of all Vaimo employees we will be supporting the tremendous work of the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature).
Year on year, the challenges facing our earth are becoming more apparent. The WWF is taking on these issues, though. Whether it’s the urgent threat of climate change, deforestation or unsustainable fishing, the WWF is pressing for measures to help people live sustainably, within the means of our one planet. The charity’s focus is on the sustainable use of resources, helping us all change the way we live and working with business and government to protect our planet for generations to come.
We are very pleased and proud, therefore, to be making a donation of 9,000 euros this Christmas to the WWF in helping to tackle some of humanity’s greatest dangers.
We’d like to take this chance to wish you all a very happy holiday season and a prosperous new year.
The Vaimo Team
ABOUT WWF’S CLIMATE WORK
Climate change is a fundamental threat to everything that we love and hold dear. Melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and new and more frequent weather extremes influence all continents. Water supplies are shrinking, crops are affected, forests are burning and our oceans are becoming more acidic. This has major consequences on our livelihood and human security. The task is to manage the inevitable effects while mitigating the effect of future climate impact. WWF is working on several levels of climate issues.
These range from projects related to individual areas and species to extensive initiatives concerning national and international agreements. Through public opinion and politicians, society must make the necessary transformation to save our planet. Cooperation with companies, investors, innovators and cities that want to contribute to a sustainable future is vital. WWF’s vision is a world driven by clean, renewable energy, where communities and ecosystems are resilient to climate challenges.