DHL Malta to plant 50 trees by the end of 2019

DHL Malta, in collaboration with NGO Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar, have pledged to plant 50 trees by the end of 2019.

The first of these, a juvenile olive tree was planted at the beginning of July at Dar tal-Providenza in Siggiewi.

Charles Schiavone, Country Manager of DHL Malta said, “as part of our pledge we have committed ourselves to plant an additional 49 olive trees on the grounds of Dar tal-Providenza in the Autumn”. The first tree planting ceremony was co-ordinated by Flimkien ghal Ambjent Ahjar, which works to protect Malta’s trees, and saw the participation of DHL Malta’s management team. The director of Dar tal-Providenza, Fr Martin Micallef attended the event along with a number of volunteers.

As an international company, DPDHL engages in climate protection and is committed to a very bold target: zero emissions by 2050. To celebrate DHL’s 50th anniversary, a whole series of events will be taking place this year and employees around the world will be a part of the party.

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