Madhavi Tumkur
Aug 16, 2010

MS&L promotes CIS environmental initiative on pro bono basis

SINGAPORE - MS&L Singapore has been appointed the official communications partner for the non-profit organisation, Conservation International Singapore (CIS), on a pro bono basis.

CIS works to protect endangered species as one of its initiatives
CIS works to protect endangered species as one of its initiatives

Conservation International works in more than 40 countries on four continents, helping multi-national companies and governments adopt a more sustainable approach to development. 

Commenting on the partnership Yvonne Koh, managing director, Southeast Asia, MS&L said, “At MS&L, supporting the communities we operate in is an essential part of our own commitment to corporate responsibility.” 

She added, “CIS was present at last year’s Global Social Innovators Forum and their sustainability mission struck a chord with our staff. We hope to enable CIS to communicate their vital work to its stakeholders and contribute to the sustainable development of Singapore and Asia as a whole for the long term.” 

Landy Eng, managing director at CIS, commented, “MS&L Singapore has a reputation of delivering first class communications programmes and we are thrilled to be working with them. With their expertise, we can push important issues such as haze, food and freshwater security, and biodiversity to the forefront of the public agenda in Singapore and Asia overall.”  

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