Preservation and protection of wildlife is impossible without the help of business
Business by our example shows a very responsible attitude towards the conservation of rare animals. It is correct to say that here, of course, we need to be involved in the economy very closely — Konstantin Chuychenko, Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation.
Large companies are willing to sponsor. One of the reasons, it seems, is that more and more companies are appearing in Russia, especially large ones, that seriously think about their reputation, which was not the case before. And the reputation of any large company, no matter from which country, is formed, among other things, from charity. And especially people like it when they invest in the protection of nature and wildlife. This is true all over the world, not only in Russia. And I can only thank them for that very much — Sergei Ivanov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport.
All the results achieved over the past at least 10 years, of course, could not be possible without the full support of the Board of Trustees. Let me remind you that Sergei Borisovich [Ivanov] and Konstantin Anatolyevich [Chuychenko] are members of the Board of Trustees, and Viktor Feliksovich [Vekselberg] too. Thanks to donations, including from the Renova Group, the Russian Geographical Society is able to carry out such projects and is doing them — Artyom Manukyan, Vice President, Executive Director, Secretary of the Governing Council, Russian Geographical Society.
We are inviting business, and this is the reputation, as Sergey Borisovich said, of business. And this is also participation in this global ESG agenda. With this, we offer businesses to come to our region — Oleg Khorokhordin, Head of the Altai Republic.