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Domain Campaign to Save the Asian Elephant Launched

Submitted by on 1 March, 2016 – 4:32 am

Glasgow, United Kingdom, hosting services firm, Easyspace, as part of iomart Group is the third largest UK domain name registrar. The company has launched its Campaign for domain names for a domain “to save the Asian elephant.

From the family of elephants is the charity set up by Mark Shand, the conservationist and the brother of His Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall, to protect the Asian elephant. Errol Vanderhorst, Easyspace’s managing director commented, “Easyspace has partnered with the Asian elephant since adopted it as our company logo in 2002. The concern over the destruction of habitat led us to consider what concrete steps we can take to give know their plight. As a provider of domain name, we believe that the term dot.gone tied us perfectly with the Asian elephant fight for survival. Unless we act now there is a very real possibility that the Asian elephant will be extinct in the wild within the next forty years. ”

The campaign was launched under the watchful eye of Sir Roger, the famous Asian elephant is one of Culture and Sport Glasgow’s most popular exhibits at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The six-month campaign will culminate in Easyspace sponsor an elephant in Elephant’s Parade in London next spring. Elephant family is a young charity, but extremely ambitious, which has raised £ 3 million so far to support projects in India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Their activities range from securing vital wildlife ‘corridors’ and help remote farming communities to live safely within the territory of wild elephants for elephant rescue the abused street and offer free veterinary care.

Ruth Powys, director http://www. said: “The domain name for a campaign of public domain symmetry is perfect for what we’re trying to do as a charity. Easyspace Increased money will help buy land to connect two pieces of wood in Kerala in India to create an elephant corridor. We are very excited to have their support. ”

The Asian elephant is classified as an endangered species. Its population has plummeted over the past century from 200,000 to only 30,000, with 60 per cent of the losses occur in the last decade. Its habitat, which stretched from China to Syria, is now some 169,885 miles square (about the size of Tunisia), due to human encroachment into their domain, habitat loss and poaching. A special “say the campaign to dot.gone No ‘is made for Twitter and support can be shown to add a campaign twibbon personal avatars.

Errol said: “It is important work that the family has elephant conservation in natural domain of the Asian elephant who has made a perfect partner and recipient of funds raised through our ‘domain names to the campaign of a domain’ .

Easyspace was founded in 1997 and was one of the first domain and web hosting companies in the UK. Easyspace offers a mix of accommodation, ranging from the provision of dedicated servers and managed service only and co-location of facilities, fully supports data center solutions, both public and private sector. Easyspace is a wholly owned subsidiary of iomart group.

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