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On the occasion of World Environment Day, the Elan Foundation takes an oath to cultivate more than 25,000 plants and trees

5th June 2024: In a significant step towards environmental sustainability, Elan Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Elan Group, has pledged to cultivate more than 25,000 plants and trees in Gurugram on the occasion of World Environment Day. This initiative aims to contribute to the reforestation of the city and promote ecological balance.

A diverse selection of plants and trees is being planted at various locations across Gurugram. The entire plantation drive is set to be completed within June 2024, demonstrating the Elan Foundation’s commitment to efficient environmental action. This initiative aligns perfectly with the theme of World Environment Day 2024: ‘Land Restoration, Desertification, and Drought Resilience,’ underscoring the importance of combating land degradation and promoting sustainable land management practices.

Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Akash Kapoor, Director, of Elan Group said, “With our ambitious pledge to cultivate more than 25,000 plants and trees on World Environment Day, we are embodying the ethos of responsibility and action. Each sapling planted represents a promise to nurture, protect, and sustain our precious environment. Our effort to strengthen green cover underscores our unwavering dedication to mitigate environmental impact.”

Elan Foundation has a history of undertaking similar environmental initiatives, reinforcing its dedication to ecological conservation and community well-being. The post-plantation care of the plants and trees will be meticulously managed by the Elan Foundation to ensure their healthy growth and sustainability.


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