Jackery and WWF Join Forces to Restore Black-Footed Ferrets

Last Updated on: 21st November 2023, 08:56 pm

Jackery, a global leader in innovative portable power and green energy solutions, has announced a partnership with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to support their efforts to protect the black-footed ferret, one of North America’s most endangered mammals.

“The partnership with WWF presents an opportunity for us to further advance Jackery’s commitment to protect and restore the Earth’s biodiversity,” said a top executive at Jackery. “By providing reliable and portable power solutions, we are proud to support researchers and conservationists with power solutions that enhance their ability to detect, track, and conserve black-footed ferrets. Together, we can make a meaningful difference in boosting the population of the species and pave the way for building a sustainable and biodiverse future for generations to come.”

Jackery has been committed to safeguarding the natural environment and preserving biodiversity, partnering with the National Forest Foundation to plant 10,000 trees in the US, donating to permanently protect 10 square kilometres of forest in Germany, and participating in a tree planting project in Japan to support environmental protection.

The new collaboration aims to provide researchers and conservationist teams with reliable, ecologically friendly power stations and solar panels that will support WWF’s efforts to detect, track and protect the black-footed ferret in their natural habitats. The latest addition to the brand’s lineup, the Solar Generator 2000 Plus, is Jackery’s new eco-friendly energy solution and a reliable backup power during outages or other emergencies.

Jackery has received carbon footprint verification from TÜV SÜD, an internationally recognised third-party certification organisation, for two solar panel products and seven portable power products, which is a first for the solar generator industry and meets the international standard ISO 14067:2018.

Today, there are an estimated 390 black-footed ferrets in the wild, which is far below the 3,000 required for their recovery. Through this partnership, Jackery hopes to help WWF in their efforts to conserve the species and pave the way for building a sustainable and biodiverse future for generations to come.

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