Credit Suisse WM APAC app Go Green
Make the switch to make a difference
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges that our planet is facing. Tackling it takes a sustained and concerted effort. Credit Suisse is promoting green banking practices by encouraging clients to reduce paper usage to save and restore precious forests; as well as partnering with The Nature Conservancy to advance vital conservation work around the region.
Make an impact through the way you bank
You can also make an impact in fighting climate change and further support these conservation efforts by choosing to 'Go Green'. This simple conscious selection will suppress the physical printing and mailing of selected bank documents including your statements, correspondence and advices, which can still be accessed electronically, and downloaded if required, via the Credit Suisse PB APAC App.
Advancing conservation efforts Credit Suisse is supporting The Nature Conservancy to advance vital conservation work around the region.
The Nature Conservancy
Founded in the United States in 1951, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is a global environmental non-profit working to create a world where people and nature can thrive. It has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world, impacting conservation in 79 countries and territories across six continents.
Tree planting in Yunnan
Credit Suisse is supporting the planting of trees in the native forest of Yunnan, China. This reforestation effort enables the Yunnan Golden Monkey, one of the world's most endangered primates, to thrive by restoring necessary ecological corridors, while sequestering carbon and supporting local communities at the same time.
Forest adoption in Indonesia
The tropical rainforests of Indonesia provide natural resources that support the economy, local communities and wildlife. Credit Suisse is adopting hectares of forest to help salvage natural habitats and safeguard resources that were depleted as a result of rapid deforestation.
Learn more about TNC and the work that they do, click here.