Transportation and logistics player CMA CGM Group on Friday said it will plant 10,000 trees in India as a component of its overall reforestation program.
The gathering will plant 1.10lakh trees in 12 nations.
“The CMA CGM Group… attempts a worldwide reforestation activity. 110,000 trees will be planted all through 12 nations as a feature of neighborhood reforestation programs intended to recover nature and backing the advancement of nearby networks,” the organization said in an articulation.
It said the gathering is steadfastly dedicated to maintainable turn of events and to the conservation of and has taken a few activities toward this path.
“As a component of this activity, CMA CGM will plant 10,000 trees in the Darjeeling, in association with DLR Prerna, a nearby NGO committed to building reasonable human networks and the recovery of normal woods environments in the area,” the assertion said.
This agro forestry project, blending trees and teas, targets recovering the biological system debased by exceptional tea monoculture and will make a biodynamic environment that brings ideal agrarian conditions for tea creation in the long haul and increment enhance ranchers incomes, the assertion added.
The 12 nations associated with the undertaking are Canada, the USA, Peru, Brazil, France, Romania, Morocco, India, China, Philippines, Indonesia, New Zealand.