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Vantara Hosts MBA Students at the Sanctuary for Wildlife Conservation lessons

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Held between 11th and 13th May, a group of 132 students hailing from 45 colleges across India embarked on a journey of enlightenment and action towards wildlife conservation at a 3-day program at Vantara sanctuary. The program, the brainchild of Anant Bhai Ambani, whose profound passion for wildlife conservation is well-known, focused on raising awareness and education about conservation, wildlife, and the environment.

The impact program unfolded against the backdrop of Vantara’s mission to provide a new lease on life for animals that had borne the brunt of human exploitation and habitat loss. Through innovative conservation efforts and unwavering dedication, Vantara endeavored to rewrite the narrative of coexistence between humanity and the animal kingdom. Vantara drew upon the legacy of the world’s largest refinery in Jamnagar, striving towards a net-zero carbon footprint by 2035.

Through immersive experiences and hands-on learning, students were equipped with the knowledge and inspiration to become advocates for wildlife conservation in their communities and beyond.  They experienced a meticulously curated program designed to introduce them to the facility and its workings and prepare them for impactful  careers in wildlife rescue and conservation.

Students witnessed firsthand the operational excellence and sustainable practices at one of Reliance’s most visionary projects.  Activities scheduled over the two days included insightful discussions with Vantara’s caretakers and business heads. The idea was to familiarize future leaders with real-world applications of business and the ethos of Vantara. The program was meant to inspire current and future generations to integrate sustainability and care for the environment into their professional lives.

 

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