Nestle Pakistan to plant 100,000 trees this year around its operational areas
Nestle donated 5,000 trees to Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA)
Nestle Pakistan will be planting 100,000 trees this year around its operational areas to support its endeavors to reduce its carbon footprint in its ambition to achieve net zero by 2050. To kick off, Nestle donated 5,000 trees to Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) for a plantation drive at Jilani Park, Lahore under its employee volunteer program – Nestle Cares.
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Leading the activity, Jason Avanceña, Chief Executive Officer, Nestle Pakistan said, “Under the umbrella of Nestle Cares, we aim to foster behavior change by engaging our employees in volunteer activities.”
“We are committed to being a force for good throughout our value chain by Creating Shared Value,” he said, adding that planting trees is one of the ways to “protect, renew, and restore natural resources while strengthening communities, and bringing our purpose and values to life.”
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Speaking on the occasion, Tahir Wattoo, Director General Parks and Horticulture Authority said, “In light of the effects of climate change, it is a national responsibility of every citizen to work towards a greener Pakistan. I would like to thank Nestle Pakistan and their employees for stepping forward with this generous donation and performing their civic duty.”
Nestle Pakistan will continue its tree plantation activities with different stakeholders and partners around its operational areas for the rest of the year. This initiative is aligned with UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 13 and 15, Climate Action, and Life on Land respectively.
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