Indus Motor Company accelerates the million tree plantation drive. Over 150 employees from Indus Motor Company and ThalBoshoku Pakistan carried out the tree plantation activity in front of ThalBoshuko, which is spread over 5 acres, situated in Port Qasim.
The activity is a part of IMC's 'Million Tree Drive' in which they have so far planted more than 300,000 trees.
In his remarks on the company's on-going tree plantation drive, the CEO of IMC, Ali AsgharJamali said, 'The Million Tree Drive represents IMC's commitment to support the government's Clean and Green Pakistan Movement. We strive to bring down CO2 emissions from factories to zero as part of Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050. In pursuance of this, we have pledged to plant one million trees across Pakistan.'
As an active signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, IMC has underscored its contribution towards achieving the UN sustainable development goals.
The IMC's 'Million Tree Plantation' project is also moving forward with the long-term aim of protecting the land against erosion, turning the country's barren landscape into forests, enhancing rainfall prospects and helping mitigate the effects of climate change on ecosystems and biodiversity of the country.
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