DocuSign provides $1M Donation to Wilderness Society

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As part of its drive to create a significant and sustained impact on the world’s environment, DocuSign announced a new commitment to The Wilderness Society, the leading American conservation organization working to protect the nation’s wildlands.

The news was announced on stage as part of the DocuSign for Forests keynote at its annual Momentum conferenceā€”alongside Jamie Williams, president of The Wilderness Society, and Dave Matthews, environmentalist, member of The Wilderness Society’s Governing Council, and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter.

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Environmentalist, member of The Wilderness Society’s Governing Council, Dave Matthews said, “We really should be thinking about the future. About what we can protect. And about how we can fight for our environments. The planet is finite, and the consequences of what is happening [with the climate] are extreme. Whenever you can put any effort towards moving in the right direction to protect the planet, you should.”

He said, “The Wilderness Society’s Williams echoed that view. Protecting our nation’s forests is critical for our health, and for the health of the planet. DocuSign’s support will go towards scientific research and innovative approaches to ensure that we protect our forests for the future.”

The investment will support the Society’s efforts to ensure that wild forests stay healthy and intact for generations to come. It’s aligned closely with DocuSign’s overall environmental protection efforts.

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