At Alu-Cab we feel it is our responsibility to promote sustainability and preservation, whether it be with the design and production of our products or the natures we explore. That is why we have partnered with Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), an environmental organisation for the conservation of threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa.
Alu-Cab proudly supports:
The Birds of Prey Programme lead by Dr. Gareth Tate. In Southern Africa alone, the Birds of Prey Programme has a current footprint that spans across South Africa into Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Malawi, Kenya and Mozambique. Dr. Tate and his team travel extensively and use their vehicles as mobile homes while undertaking their conservation work and research on Africa’s threatened Birds of Prey. Through our collaboration and the full kitting of their vehicles with our products, the team will be able to function more effectively in the field and have the ability to focus on the work at hand with ease.
EWT, Dr Gareth Tate and his team aim to ensure that viable in situ raptor populations forever soar the African skies and across its landscapes. We are excited to join them on their journey in conserving an environment for future generations to enjoy.
Protecting forever, together