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1. Korean Air donates $160,000 to Million Trees Los Angeles Initiative
Korean Air donates $160,000 to Million Trees Los Angeles Initiative. Korean Air has donated $160,000 to the Million Trees Los Angeles (MTLA) initiative developed by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to create and sustain urban forestry. The Korean Air partnership in Los Angeles will help plant, water and care for urban trees throughout the city
2. Accor AP Plants 35,000+ Trees in April; Launches Planet 21
Accor hotels and offices in Asia Pacific planted over 35,000 trees in April, marking the start of Planet 21, the hotel groupís new sustainable development program. The launch campaign engaged employees and guests to reaffirm Accorís longstanding commitment to sustainability, which has, for example, seen well over two million trees planted worldwide since 2008.
3. Making a Difference: Korean Air Plants Trees in Mongolia
Korean Air has been volunteering for 14 consecutive years to plant trees in Mongolia, and this year is no different. From 15 to 26 May, more than 200 Korean Air employees will be cooperating with 600 local residents to plant trees in Mongolia. This activity is part of Korean Airís ĎGlobal Planting Projectí which aims to prevent desertification of the city and save the environment.
4. Carlson Hotels to Plant 1,000 Trees
Carlson Hotels to Plant 1,000 Trees. In Singapore, executive members of the Asia Pacific operations recently participated in a tree-planting exercise organised by the Singapore Environmental Council. The tree that was donated and planted by Carlson Hotels Worldwide belongs to the Horsfieldia family of plants, a threatened species which is native to Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia
5. Staff at Luxury Hotel in Chiang Mai Plant 137 Trees
In keeping with its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a team of seventeen staff from the luxury 137 Pillars House Chiang Mai hotel planted 137 trees at Baan Tom Thai Dam in commemoration of World Environment Day on 5 June. Deforestation in the area has led to a shortage of water and challenges in agriculture.
6. Singaporeís Night Safari Celebrates Birth of Rare Clouded Leopards
Well adapted to forest life, the clouded leopard has an exceptionally long tail Ė as long as its body - for balancing on trees. Their flexible ankles allow them to run down trees headfirst. Clouded leopards also have the longest canines of any feline, in proportion to their body size.
7. Korean Air Earns Mongolian Environmental Excellence Medal
Korean Air Earns Mongolian Environmental Excellence Medal. Korean Air has been awarded the Environmental Excellence Medal by the government of Mongolia thanks to a project which will see the airline plant thousands of trees to help prevent severe desertification in Mongolia.
8. Emirates starts Major Habitat Regeneration at Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa in Australia
Emirates starts Major Habitat Regeneration at Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa in Australia. A major habitat regeneration project has begun at Emiratesí first luxury Australian conservation resort, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa. The first step in a long-term conservation programme commenced with the planting of over 1,000 indigenous trees. The reforestation project aims to regenerate ecolog

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