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A famous international company will plant 25 thousand trees in Baku

A famous international company will plant 25 thousand trees in Baku

"Let's start from home to protect our planet!" - said Procter & Gamble company and started the global sustainability campaign in Azerbaijan. The brand aimed to plant 25,000 trees in Baku and surrounding areas within the next 1 year. The goal of the project, implemented jointly with the EcoHub platform, is to take a step that contributes to sustainable development in areas where urbanization is denser, carbon emissions and greenhouse gases are more dumped into the environment.

With this step, P&G, distinguished by its civic activities in the countries where it is located, will prevent the erosion of 25 hectares of land in Azerbaijan.

The tree planting campaign with the slogan "Let's breathe life into our future together!" is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Procter&Gamble's activity in Azerbaijan.

"This is another social responsibility activity dedicated to the anniversary of our Azerbaijan office. But this civic approach to the nature of Azerbaijan is not only a step of P&G. Consumers of our products will support tree planting with the products they buy," said Irakli Gabriadze, CEO of P&G for the Caucasus and Central Asian Republics.

It should be noted that Procter & Gamble, which wants to contribute to the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development", aims to reduce the carbon footprint of all its operations and move to a neutral carbon plan. With its brands, P&G strives to make every day better for people and the planet. The company aims to maintain a greener and more livable world in the future by combining its sustainable development goals under the name "2030 Ambition". P&G plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030 and purchase 100% renewable electricity for all manufacturing facilities.



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