Sunday, 09 June 2019 08:07

JLanka Commemorates World Environment Day 2019 with Plant Distribution

Sri Lanka’s Solar Power sector Innovative Solutions provider JLanka Technologies’ had organized an event to hype up World Environment Day of 2019.

The company’s dedication towards the well-being of our environment was highlighted in the efforts made to bring the essence of this Day to both their clients and employees.

They handed off the green to their workforce on the 5th of June 2019 during the Plant Distribution event at the World Environment Day celebrations at JLanka Technologies.

The celebrations focused on a wide array of environment related concerns with a touch of the immense contributions of Solar Power to uphold the cause. The theme was in line with that of the global World Environment day celebrations this year.

Their clients too were encouraged to carry out a noble act to cherish the spirits of the Day by holding a photography competition via the company’s official Facebook Fan-page.

The best photo of a tree planted commemorating the World Environment Day 2019, was to be awarded a special discount on a Solar Power System purchased from the company.

The United Nations is well aware that the protection and improvement of the human environment is a major issue, which affects the well-being of people and economic development throughout the world.

They’ve designated the 5th of June as the World Environmental Day to provide a chance to take responsibility for the conduct of individuals, enterprises and communities to direct themselves to preserve and enhance the environment. Since 1974, it has grown into a global platform for public outreach.

UN Environment Program (UNEP, or UN Environment) organizes events for World Environment Day, shedding light on all aspects of our environment. In 2019, China will host the global World Environment Day celebrations with “Air Pollution” as the theme.

JLanka Technologies had been influential in setting a trend in the domestic Solar Technology market showcasing how to “Redefine Renewable Energy” in Sri Lanka.

The Tree Planting creates a sense of responsibility in the society about safeguarding the atmosphere and environment and adjusting ourselves to an eco-friendly lifestyle.

The success of their efforts has been revealed via statistics such as having planted over a 54000 trees within a year.

(LI)

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