In recent years, Anker Innovations has taken steps to reduce its impact on the planet through its Environmental, Social, and Governance program.
Oceania is one of the organizations the company has supported, so it’s fantastic to learn that the nonprofit raised $1.5 million toward its goal to save the oceans.
Record-breaking ocean temperatures, greater loss of species to extinction and a growing number of starving people in the world – all of these issues point to climate change as the cause.
You can read the press release here
- Leonardo DiCaprio was honored for his contribution to Oceania and its tracking of fishing vessel activity for the public good
- Ted Danson served as emcee
- Oceania has influenced the creation of policies to address single-use plastic in New York City and other places in the last year alone
As an organization, Anker has donated $50,000 to Oceana.org to support their important work to save oceans while also committing to reducing plastic in packaging.
Congratulations to Oceana. I’m so glad they’re doing this work.
Oceana is the largest international advocacy organization dedicated solely to ocean conservation. Oceana is rebuilding abundant and biodiverse oceans by winning science-based policies in countries that control one-quarter of the world’s wild fish catch. With more than 275 victories that stop overfishing, habitat destruction, oil and plastic pollution, and the killing of threatened species like turtles, whales, and sharks, Oceana’s campaigns are delivering results. A restored ocean means that 1 billion people can enjoy a healthy seafood meal every day, forever. Together, we can save the oceans and help feed the world. Visit Oceana.org to learn more.