Environmental Protection

Giti Tire funds conservation projects and supports Conservation Initiative Projects.

Giti’s Shark Tracking Project with Conservation International Includes World’s Largest Fish

Giti Tire is proud to be a longstanding partner of Conservation International (CI), which promotes  environmental protection and support measures in Asia and around the world. Part of Giti’s partnership with the organization has including six years of support for the CI’s shark tagging and preservation efforts.
Recently, Conservation International has expanded their efforts to expand the technology further, offering the ability to track its tagged fish online in real-time, including the world's largest fish, satellite-tagged in eastern Indonesia. In addition, Giti has its own 4.75 meter shark named after the company, which is showcased and also able to be tracked on CI’s website.
An estimated 70 million sharks are killed each year for shark fin soup and other uses. The depleted shark population spells serious trouble for marine ecosystems that many species, including man, depend on for survival. Giti Tire is proud to join Conservation International in their efforts to protect marine life and other environmental causes through educational and financial support. Through these initiatives, wildlife can be studied and protected in the more efficient and beneficial ways.

Supporting Wildlife and Locals in Remote China Region, Helping Enable World Heritage Classification

Giti-shark-and-people giti-expedition

Giti-exhibitionOn July 7th, 2017, Hoh Xil in Qinghai, China succeeded in its application for World Heritage with support from Giti Tire. It became the World Natural Heritages site with the largest area in China. In May, 2017, the season when Tibetan antelopes migrated in herd, Giti led 14 volunteers from all walks of life and various regions of the country to trek into the wilderness, exploring real living conditions of Tibetan antelopes, showing care for rangers, and devoting to public welfare activities to protect ecological equilibrium and for the application of World Heritage by Hoh Xil. 

giti-exhibiton-tourThe highest altitude in Hoh Xil is 5,000 meter above sea level. The weather is cold and the oxygen level in air is only 50%. Road conditions are perilous and diversified. Each ranger is in charge of patrolling task over 1,000 square kilometers. In the public welfare activity kickoff event, Giti donated its 4X4 series tires. These high quality tires concentrated the latest 4X4 tire research and development technology, which offered reliable guarantee for patrolling of rangers, safeguarded rangers, vehicles and the pure land of Hoh Xil.