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« on: May 20, 2011, 07:01:58 pm »

The Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) recently organized a two day educational excursion for HSBC senior management and staff members to Horton Plains as part of an ongoing partnership the bank has held with the DWC.

This event conducted by DWC Community Outreach Division had several senior members of both organizations attending, including Wildlife Conservation Department Director General Dr Chandrawansa Pathiraja and HSBC Sri Lanka and Maldives Chief Executive Officer Nick Nicolaou. Thirty five staff members participated.

The excursion included the panoramic landscapes of Thotupolakanda mountain, World's End, Mini World's End, Chimney Pool and Baker's Falls.

Dr Chandrawansa Pathiraja appreciated the assistance given by HSBC for the preservation of Horton Plains.

He also acknowledged HSBC's continued partnership with DWC.

Nicolaou said HSBC is happy to assist the Wildlife Conservation Department in preserving these national parks. "The progress made thus far has been remarkable," he said.

The bank provides nearly Rs 5 million annually to DWC for the Horton Plains clean-up project in addition to clean-up projects of six major national parks as part of the bank's corporate sustainability initiatives to preserve the environment.
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