Calamatta Cuschieri embarked on a Green Campaign starting last February, with a project aimed at reducing paper usage within the Group’s offices, as well as the number of post clients receive, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility programme for 2021. 

In collaboration with the CC Foundation, the Green Campaign seeks to incentivise clients to switch to paperless communication. Current clients are invited to provide their email addresses and in turn, the CC Foundation will plant a tree on clients’ behalf.

Furthermore, those clients will then be eligible to participate in a draw with the chance of winning an eco-friendly prize. 

Gabie Calamatta, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, is aiming for a further 3,000 clients to opt for email communication over paper communication. “This will reduce paper consumption significantly within the company with the added benefit of helping NGOs, such as ACT and projects like the Grow 10 Trees Environmental Group run, which aim to plant thousands of native trees on behalf of participating clients,” she says, adding that “hopefully, the exercise will also raise awareness that all company communications, including notifications of new products and special promotions, can be done electronically.”

Featured Image:

Calamatta Cuschieri

Related

eu flags

Dear CEO: MFSA notes financial entities ‘still have room for improvement’ to comply with EMIR REFIT

13 July 2024
by Anthea Cachia

Chief Officer Supervision Christopher P. Buttigieg highlights the need for an ongoing effort from all stakeholders.

GVZH Advocates announces three senior leadership changes

12 July 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

The appointments include Ann Bugeja as the firm’s first female Partner.

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging and voice call platform for local businesses, MCA survey finds

12 July 2024
by Anthea Cachia

52 per cent of businesses surveyed use WhatsApp for voice communication.

Employers’ Group President calls for greater action to tackle EU’s declining competitiveness

12 July 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Stefano Mallia's comments came as he was addressing Hungarian Minister of EU Affairs János Bóka ahead of Hungary’s presidency of ...

Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami