Thursday, February 27, 2014

CHINA FINALLY GETTING ON BOARD?

Photo credit: Yao Ming for WildAid. Photo by Kristian Schmidt.

BEIJING – Business leaders in China took a public stand today against the ivory trade by signing a pledge to never purchase, possess, or give ivory as a gift. WildAid China Chair, Huang Nubo, spearheaded the effort by 36 prominent Chinese to raise awareness of the ivory poaching crisis. The group includes Charles Chao, CEO of Sina Corp., China’s largest Internet portal, Liu Chuanzhi, Chair of Lenovo, and 10 individuals from the Forbes 2013 China Rich List including Jack Ma, founder of the Alibaba Group.

"As China grows up, Chinese companies should do the same and take on more social responsibility,” said Nubo. “This is why we are joining efforts to protect our planet's wildlife. We hope this ethic becomes engrained in us and is passed down to future generations." FULL STORY HERE

北京 - 商業領袖在中國通過簽訂承諾從未購買,擁有,或給象牙作為禮物送給了今天的公開立場,反對象牙貿易。野生救援協會中國主席,黃怒波,帶頭努力了36突出的中國,以提高象牙偷獵危機意識。該集團包括曹國偉,新浪公司,中國最大的互聯網門戶網站,柳傳志,聯想集團的主席,並從福布斯2013年中國富豪榜10人,其中包括馬雲,阿里巴巴集團的創始人兼首席執行官。

“隨著中國的發展起來,中國企業也應該這樣做,並承擔更多的社會責任,”怒波說,“這就是為什麼我們要加入的努力來保護我們這個星球的野生動物,我們希望這個道德成為在我們根深蒂固,並傳遞給未來的幾代人。“完整的故事在這裡

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