It was a great day, when Crown Princess Mary arrived to announce a new partnership between WWF World Wild Fund for Nature and a Danish company. That company is VELUX.
She made the announcement as newly president of the WWF World Wild Fund for Nature - a title that previously belonged to her late father-in-law, Prince Henrik. I guess it was with great pleasure she said yes to become their new president. The Crown Princess already attended one job earlier last month, when she released new thornback rays in Kattegatecentret in Grenaa, here.
As president, her job is to find ways to protect endangered species and help spread solutions that can ensure a better future for both nature and the planet.
This new partnership between WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature and VELUX (a Danish window-making company) is all about the company's climate responsibility and how to inspire other companies (both national and international) to become "Lifelime Carbon Neutral". By 2041, VELUX will work to reduce their CO2 footprint and obtain materials from forest projects led by WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature.
Crown Princess Mary was accompanied by, among others, Bo Øksnebjerg - the Secretary-General of WWF and CEO of VELUX, David Briggs.