CA Technologies staff get green fingers
- 15 April, 2011 15:18
CA Technologies staff with a National Parks & Wildlife supervisor
CA Technologies staff have flexed their green fingers in aid of Earth Day 2011.
Nine CA Technologies staff took time on April 8 to voluntarily support the National Parks & Wildlife Service.
Working in Lane Cove National Park under the supervision of five field officers, the CA Technologies team supported the cause by planting native sapling trees. CA Technologies marked the company’s recognition of Earth Day 2011 by participating in 17 Green Week community volunteer activities across the world aimed at building awareness and appreciation for the environment. As a global initiative, CA staff will also participate in activities in 11 areas across the US as well as in Canada, Columbia, Denmark, India and Spain.
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