Noble Studios Teams Up With WWF On ‘Save Belize’ Campaign
Noble Studios recently partnered with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to help save Belize’s endangered reef. Noble worked as the backend developer tying in third-party components to create a seamless experience for both WWF and their audience.
This campaign aligned with the Noble team’s core values, which is to work on projects with purpose. The campaign raises awareness and hopefully influences protection of the Belize barrier reef, which is on the List of World Heritage in Danger. The campaign mentions together, “we can protect the… site from harmful industrial activities.”
According to WWF, tourism, fishing and research around the reef account for 15 percent of the country’s GDP, while coastal construction has contributed to the damaging of Belize’s coral and mangroves.
The campaign lets people directly email Dean Barrow, Prime Minister of Belize and reads, in part, “I encourage you to secure the long-term protection of Belize’s reef as a positive legacy of your leadership for Belizeans and the world.”
“We’re tremendously excited to be a part of this campaign, which really connects with issues that we, as a company, are concerned about,” said Noble Studios CEO and co-founder Jarrod Lopiccolo. “WWF is a solid organization doing important work, so we jumped on the opportunity to partner with them on this campaign to protect the natural resources of Belize.”
The campaign, which has a goal of sending at least 150,000 emails to the prime minister, launched April 6. It can be found at https://makeyourmark.panda.org/belize.