ADEC Innovations supports Haribon’s ‘Adopt a Seedling’ campaign

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ADEC Innovations’ general manager for Asia, Jurgen Tanpho (left) with Haribon Foundation’s manager for Constituency Development, Arlie Jo Endonila (right) at the turn over ceremony

ADEC Innovations’ general manager for Asia, Jurgen Tanpho (left) with Haribon Foundation’s manager for Constituency Development, Arlie Jo Endonila (right) at the turn over ceremony

AS part of its commitment to sustainability that addresses the need to clean air and a sound ecosystem, global leader in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) solutions, ADEC Innovations, supports a seedling campaign that aims to restore Philippine forests.

In a recent donation turn over ceremony, ADEC Innovations adopted a total of 1,250 seedlings through the “Adopt a Seedling” Campaign of Haribon Foundation. These seedlings will be planted by the company’s employees on June 27 at Mt. Banahaw and San Cristobal Protected Landscape of the Municipality of Rizal, Laguna.

Present during the ceremony were Jurgen Tanpho, ADEC Innovations’ general manager for Asia, and Arlie Jo Endonila, Haribon Foundation’s manager for Constituency Development.

The “Adopt a Seedling” is a campaign of Haribon Foundation that contributes to the Rainforestation Organization Advocates for 2020 (ROAD to 2020) that aims to plant native trees to restore one million hectares of forests in the Philippines by year 2020.

ADEC Innovations, through its Environmental Management Systems initiatives, looks forward to help address a global problem caused by natural disasters, climate change and deforestation.

“The 10,901-hectare protected area is home to many endemic species a nd ranks high in biodiversity on account of the different elevational habitats. ADEC Innovations is honored to be part of the ongoing conservation and afforestation efforts in this important refuge for Philippine wildlife. Contributing to the preservation of our Philippine forests, ADEC Innovations provides solutions to enable organizations to improve their sustainability,” remarked Tanpho.

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