Emirates Group – Annual Environmental Report 2015-16
Today the Emirates Group has released its Annual Environmental Report, verified by PwC.
This sixth annual report measures and tracks the Group’s environmental performance, as well as identifying examples of best practice across the Group’s international operations.
Covering the 2015-16 fiscal year, the report presents environmental data and improvement initiatives from a range of Group activities, including airline operations and dnata’s cargo and ground handling businesses. It also outlines the Group’s contributions to biodiversity and conservation initiatives.
We are proud to be part of this report through our Give a Ghaf Tree Planting Program, planting over 500 Ghaf trees in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve (DDCR)
We look forward to planting more trees with the Emirates Group to green Dubai and the UAE in a sustainable way.
You can dowload the report here: Report
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