La Corporación Bacardí sigue siendo el único recipiente de dicha certificación en Puerto Rico.
CATAÑO, Puerto Rico, 11 de febrero de 2021 /3BL Media/ - A Bacardi, en Puerto Rico, le encanta compartir su espacio exterior y, gracias a un jardín de polinizadores recientemente ampliado, el hogar del ron más premiado del mundo está dando la bienvenida a un mayor número de mariposas, abejas y, por supuesto, murciélagos.
Bacardi Corporation remains only recipient of certification in Puerto Rico
CATAÑO, Puerto Rico, February 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ — Bacardi in Puerto Rico loves sharing its outdoor space, and, thanks to a newly expanded pollinator garden, the home of the world’s most awarded rum is welcoming increased numbers of butterflies, bees and, of course, bats. For this effort, Bacardi in Puerto Rico secured a WHC Conservation Certification in recognition of its commitment to environmental stewardship and for driving awareness of the role of pollinator gardens in building a healthy ecosystem.
Wildlife Habitat Council presents first Ibis Award to family-owned spirits company
November 16, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Earlier in the year, Bacardi Bottling Corporation in Jacksonville, FL, like many others, had to rethink operations, close office doors, and limit access to the site. Despite new safety measures and work from home protocols, an all-employee team managed to keep the on-site wildlife habitat top of mind. From rotating shifts to monitor progress, to keeping a check on birdhouses to even bringing some of the volunteer “work” home by “fostering” caterpillars.
Have you ever driven a tree-lined street, where the leaves and branches come together over the road, creating a tunnel of color in the fall and a canopy of green in the summer? This idyllic scenery is known as an urban tree canopy; it's composed of layers of tree branches, leaves and stems that provide coverage of the ground when viewed from above.
Since 2011, Freeport-McMoRan’s Pollinator Conservation Initiative has sought to increase the habitat for pollinators and to provide learners of all ages with opportunities to engage with topics in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Today, more than a dozen Freeport-McMoRan operations in North America have implemented pollinator conservation and education projects both on and off company property.
These programs have been recognized through the Wildlife Habitat Council’s (WHC) Conservation Certification program.
March 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Freeport-McMoRan recently received the Wildlife Habitat Council Mammals Award for their Bighorn Sheep management program. The award recognizes excellence in corporate conservation in wildlife habitat enhancement and restoration, and conservation education.
Freeport-McMoRan’s Morenci mine works with Arizona Game and Fish on its Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep management program, which relocates sheep from areas of robust populations to re-establish the native species to their historic habitats.
GM promotes sustainable development through biodiversity goal
DETROIT, November 11, 2017 /3BL Media/ - As General Motors continues scaling its efforts to restore, protect and promote biodiversity, 11 more sites have earned Conservation Certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council. The company is using its land, resources and partnerships to help address pressing global biodiversity issues.
Corporate conservation non-profit now lists three of the top automakers in the world as members
August 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) announces FCA US LLC as its newest member, joining General Motors, Toyota and 80 other national and international companies who are committed to managing their lands to support sustainable ecosystems and the communities that surround them.
Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) released a new white paper, Transforming Remediation Sites into Conservation Assets: How Companies Leverage Business Needs for Positive Environmental Outcomes, available for free on its website.
From a parts warehouse in Talegaon, India to an Ontario assembly plant, many animals make GM lands their home. Employees take notice, capturing images for the company’s annual wildlife habitat calendar and photo contest. Last year, nearly 350 photos were submitted from sites certified by the Wildlife Habitat Council.