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Spinverse makes a donation to World Vision

22 Dec 2009

This Christmas, instead of sending Christmas cards, Spinverse has made a donation to the World Vision association in order to help mitigate the effects of climate change and to improve children’s’ living conditions. World Vision is the world’s largest foster child organization. It serves close to 100 million people in nearly 100 countries around the world.

Natural disasters, desertification, drought, shortage of water, deforestation and extreme weather conditions have influenced the lives of millions of people. Technologies can be used to improve the supply of water, to construct intelligent energy efficient buildings and cars, and to develop infrastructure sustainably.

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