Nestlé Pakistan commits to planting 50,000 trees across its working areas in Pakistan as part of the Prime Minister’s Clean Green Pakistan initiative.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed up between Nestlé Pakistan and Ministry of Climate Change last week where, Nestlé Pakistan will be aiming for key pillars of Sanitation and Hygiene, kicking-off tree plantation drive and giving right to use clean drinking water for communities.
Whilst, approaching the MoU ceremony, Malik Amin Aslam, Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change, added, “Clean Green Pakistan is a behavioral change movement which involves rethinking our relationship with nature, by caring and protecting for this natural resource. I would like to thank Nestlé Pakistan for its commitment towards clean green Pakistan and leading this initiative of planting trees and cleaning and hope other industry will follow suit.”
Hammad Naqi, CEO, WWF Pakistan added, “We are fortunate to have a Green party headed by Prime Minister who is committed to addressing the climate change challenge being faced by Pakistan . We must conserve our natural resources and companies like Nestlé must play a leadership role in this regard”.