CSR Strategy Development
In collaborating with the global corporate sector, OACM has in the last decade developed a unique approach, providing this sector with various sustainable solutions benefitting the four basic pillars: economic, social, human and environmental.
Its unique pattern developed in the last decade has clearly separated the environmental promotion projects based only on good PR strategy and no long-term environmental impacts whatsoever, and the projects and initiatives that truly contribute to an improvement and preservation of the ocean and natural resources and which can financially sustain themselves for decades. OACM has been led with a clear philosophy and its mission and vision want to create and develop only projects and initiatives that can impact and contribute to significant global environmental preservation and changes that are based on sustainable concrete measures and solutions.
The very core and essence of OACM is led with passionate determination to strive for perfection in the form of providing tangible results that can be measured with visual results - in tonnes of extracted ocean marine debris..
The OACM approach in creating and developing long-term CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is based on integration of its SOS CP System in the corporate infrastructure and implementation in operational proceedings such as local, national or global campaigns, launches and brand recognition. OACM develops only long-term CSR strategies which can lead the corporate sector into a new era of strategic global environmental directions and require substantial efforts by both parties and its global collaborating partners.
EE - ACT
OACM Corporate CSR future policy making and governance are oriented towards combining the two important factors into one - Economy and Environment, referred to as EE ACT, integrated in all OACM global initiatives and directives within the global and corporate sector. EE ACT promotes economic growth through environmental protection and preservation of world’s natural resources.