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Business leaders showing commitment

These are the business leaders that are showing their commitment to the environment by supporting the work of WWF.

Antipodes

 
	© Antipodes
Antipodes is a natural beauty brand from New Zealand.
© Antipodes
Antipodes® is a natural beauty brand from New Zealand that is committed to environmental responsibility: from the full traceability of ingredients from sustainably cultivated plants, to local manufacture, and the use of recyclable packaging.

Antipodes® is donating $60,000 to WWF to support conservation in New Zealand from sales of its Chia & Kiwi Seed Superfood Serum.

“The natural beauty of Aotearoa is elemental to the style and substance of our products so it’s gratifying to help WWF’s important work,” said Antipodes® CEO Elizabeth Barbalich.

Apple Apps for Earth

Apps for Earth logo 
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Apps for Earth logo
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For 10 days in April 2016, Apple and 24 developers worked together to launch Apps for Earth. Through April 24th 2016, WWF received 100% of the proceeds from participating apps in the App Store via both the purchases of any paid apps and the In-App Purchases created exclusively for the campaign. Apps for Earth generated more than $8 million in total global proceeds.

Buddle Findlay - New Zealand Lawyers

 
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Buddle Findlay - New Zealand Lawyers
© Buddle Findlay - New Zealand Lawyers
Leading national law firm Buddle Findlay proudly supports WWF-New Zealand by providing legal perspectives and insights to help the work of WWF. The firm has been a supporter of WWF-New Zealand since its inception.

Healthpost

Healthpost logo 
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Healthpost logo
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HealthPost is New Zealand's favourite online supplier of natural health, skincare and household products, proudly based in Golden Bay. In support of New Zealand charities, HealthPost runs 'Give Well', generously donating up to $2 for every order it receives online to a range of charities, including WWF.

"At HealthPost we believe that the wellness of the individual is always connected to the health of the broader community and the natural environment. As a business, we are committed to environmental, cultural and ethical sustainability," says HealthPost Chair Peter Butler.

Koala

Koala logo 
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Koala logo
© Koala
Koala are an online furniture company. Their New Zealand branch offers a symbolic kiwi adoption through WWF with each mattress purchase. The corresponding amount is donated to WWF-New Zealand.

Maxam Corporation

Maxam Corporation own the building within which WWF rents a floor in Wellington. They make a donation each year to WWF.

Moana

Moana New Zealand logo 
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Moana New Zealand logo
© Moana New Zealand
In the first partnership of its kind, we’re working with the country’s largest iwi-owned fishing company, Moana New Zealand. The company has strong values and a desire to reduce the environmental impacts of its operations both on and off the water.

WWF works with Moana to achieve best practice for environmentally responsible seafood, and jointly advocate for greater sustainability in the wider fishing industry. Find out more.

Tiger Beer

Tiger Beer logo 
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Tiger Beer logo
© Tiger Beer
Launched in 1932, Tiger beer became Singapore's first locally brewed beer. In 2017 WWF embarked on a six-year global partnership with Tiger Beer to support our tiger conservation work.
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