The World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan arranged a training workshop on Monday on its Green Office Initiative and its role in promoting conservation and sustainability.
Tetra Pak Pakistan is part of the WWF-Pakistan Green Office Network since 2011. It aims to reduce carbon emissions, minimise their impact on environment and show commitment to environmental sustainability.
“WWF Green Office Initiatis helping Tetra Pak cut down their carbon emissions and conserving natural resources consumed in offices.
The success of any programme lies in the employee commitment of the organisation,” said Nazifa Butt, WWF-Pakistan Green Office/Environmental Assessment coordinator.
“WWF Green Office engages employees in robust environmental awareness training workshops. They learn to help the organisation cut down on natural resource consumption.”
Tetra Pak Pakistan and Arabia Environment Manager Jawad Ahmed said, “Everything we do is driven by a simple promise: to protect what’s good. The commitment relates to ensuring the safety of the food we eat and drink. ”
Green Office Initiative Programme Officer Farah Rashid discussed ways to cut carbon emissions in key performance indicators such as energy, paper, waste, water and travel.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 7th, 2015.
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