AXA Management and Employees Conducted Beach Clean-up; 257 kg of Coastal Wastes Removed to Protect The Environment
DoraLegere 11-07-2021, 15:25

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 11 July 2021 - AXA Hong Kong and Macau ("AXA") has always been adhering to the purpose of "Act for human progress by protecting what matters". We support various meaningful corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities, bringing positive impact to the wider society. Recently, Sally Wan, Chief Executive Officer of AXA Hong Kong and Macau and a group of AXA senior management participated in a beach clean-up activity at Tung Wan, Shek Pik in South Lantau with AXA employees, their families and friends, together with Lance Lau, a Hong Kong-based 12-year-old youth climate activist. AXA volunteers collected 257 kg of coastal wastes and recyclables to protect the environment and combat climate change.



AXA Management and Employees Conducted Beach Clean-up; 257 kg of Coastal Wastes Removed to Protect The Environment

(From left) Andrea Wong, AXA's Chief Marketing & Customer Officer; Sally Wan, AXA's Chief Executive Officer; Lance Lau, Hong Kong youth climate activist; Kevin Chor, AXA's Chief Life and Health Insurance Officer and Isabel Lam, AXA's Chief People and Corporate Management Officer, took part in the beach clean-up at Tung Wan, Shek Pik in South Lantau with AXA employees and families & friends to combat climate change.




Sally Wan, AXA's Chief Executive Officer cleaned up all kinds of beach wastes at Tung Wan to call for reducing waste together by making changes in daily life.




AXA volunteers collected 257 kg of waste and recyclables to protect the environment and combat climate change.



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