Aramco makes push to plant trees across various projects
The plan is to have maintain sustainable growth in plantation numbers over the next 10 years to offset carbon dioxide emissions that are created from projects.
In alignment with the Kingdom's Saudi Green Initiative, Aramco's Project Management has successfully planted in excess of 115,000 trees over a two-month period at various locations in Saudi Arabia.
This is in conjunction with the creation of two sustainable green parks in Maritime and Tanajib project locations, as well as the creation of a green belt along Fadhili Road that has been designed to reduce sand movement across the roadway to enhance the ecological value of the local environment.
Project Management has started its plantation journey by creating a plantation master plan that strives to support the Kingdom's vision and encourage contractors to plant as part of their social responsibility and to offset their CO2 emissions.
The plan is to have maintain sustainable growth in plantation numbers over the next 10 years to offset carbon dioxide emissions that are created from projects. To ensure that the planation targets are met, a variety of environmental technologies have been deployed that will support the plantation initiative and ensure minimum waste of vital resources such as water through the entire process.