Eqology joins WWF-Norway’s Corporate Club
In Eqology, we strive for a balance between nature and our lives. We care deeply about the state of the planet and believe in the sustainable management of oceans, forests, wild habitats, and especially of the cod, which is used for omega-3 oil manufacturing. Since April 2021, our company has become a Corporate Club member of the World Wide Fund for Nature in Norway, whose mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
Eqology, as a Norwegian company, wants to bring more awareness around sustainable and healthy oceans. Moreover, we are constantly trying to minimise the corporate impact on the environment and become more ecologically clean by reducing waste and eliminating the usage of materials we cannot recycle later. Eqology joined WWF-Norway’s Corporate Club to support WWF’s work for a healthy planet and especially a healthy ocean.
Among WWF-Norway’s initiatives towards nature conservation, we can define the following:
- Protecting the world’s most endangered species
- Improving the productivity and resilience of the oceans
- Making food systems sustainable
- Establishing a clear passage to limit global warming
- Preserving and restoring forests
- Protecting rivers and wetlands
WWF-Norway is an organisation that works both locally and globally to keep the ocean healthy. Their mission has an enormous impact on the sustainability of the world.
– says Roar Arnstad, the CEO of Eqology. WWF-Norway partners with different industries: from individuals and communities to businesses and governments, in various ways. We are happy to make our voice heard for nature by being a WWF-Norway’s Corporate Club member. Every year, our company donates funds to support initiatives towards a healthy ocean.
You can see Eqology’s certificate of membership in WWF-Norway’s Corporate Club here.
In addition to the annual contribution, Eqology participates in a separate dedicated project to decrease industrial excess called “Reduce waste by 2025”. Through this program, we are committed to making changes and reducing waste over the next five years.