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Insurance company MSIG Asia ties with sustainable org CIAP, reaffirms commitment to biodiversity conservation

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Singapore – As part of MSIG Asia’s commitment to its contribution towards biodiversity conservation in the region, the insurance company MSIG Asia has partnered with Conservation International Asia Pacific (CIAP), an organisation that works with corporations, governments and communities to create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable planet, to support CIAP’s ongoing internship programme in Singapore. 

The immersive programme is designed to provide students with the opportunity to experience conservation work as they explore their interests in the field.

To mark the new commitment, MSIG Asia has also unveiled a collection of 12 limited-edition nature-inspired fine art prints, which it recently purchased to commemorate the opening of its refurbished office. 

With 100% of the proceeds going to CIAP for their environmental conservation efforts, the collection was commissioned with the aim to spread awareness of the importance of nature and what individuals can do to protect it. Every piece of work in the series, aptly titled 12-Artists-1-Cause, is dedicated by renowned artists and photographers including Steven Dews, Staffan Widstrand, Deborah Azzopardi, Wink Gaines, and Lucy Francis, as well as the late Peter Adams, amongst others.

Clemens Philippi, CEO of MSIG Asia, commented, “We are delighted to be given the opportunity to work with CIAP to support the learning experience of the next generation of environmental conservationists.”

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