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Bringing people closer to nature

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, November 10, 2012

KILA Eco Adventure Park and Kila Organic is focused in moving forward in the protection of Fiji's environment and in getting people closer to nature.

Pleass Global Ltd chairman and managing director Warwick Pleass said the park was not only focused in offering fitness and personal health activities but focused more on their environmental strategy which was the GreenPleass.

"Fiji can move forward in protecting our environment and I give you our commitment that the Pleass Company will play their part in this movement and we join other companies who share the journey," Mr Pleass said.

"Our goals are about the planet, especially Fiji.

"Protecting and sustaining it for our children and our future generation is a matter close to us all but often we think we might not be able to do much about it ourselves.

"I can promise you all that there is so much we can do individually and the only way we will save our planet is through these small individual changes we make in our choices."

He said the environment included protection of the remaining wilderness in addition to the higher profile issues such as pollution, global warning and rising sea level.


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