The "Environment" is a big term that covers a lot of things.
As part of our Corporate and Social Responsibility as the Green Bank in the
Pacific, we're pleased to take lead in promoting our Go Green message. That's
why each year, we set up BSP's Go Green calendar of events that we actively
take part in.
BSP has been active in promoting this message since the inception of its Go
Green Clean up Campaign, which pulls together communities to pick up
rubbish on their streets, schools and around the area where they live in. We're
also a member to the Clean up the World Campaign and as an organisation, we
take part annually in observing Earth Hour, participate in World Earth Day
activities and mark World Environment Day!
We also continue in our Go Green effort by challenging ourselves, our system
and our partners to be more aware on practical ways to Go Green.
Through our Go Green Initiative, we are able to reach across the Pacific,
through fun and inclusive community activities that encourage and
teach children about the importance of caring for and respecting the
environment in which we live in.
This year in June, we team up with Port Moresby Nature Park to mark World
Environment Day with fun activities for families to take part in.
Join us Saturday June 4th at the Port Moresby Nature Park, 9am -3pm
to mark World Environment Day. The Event promises to be fun with
planned activities for all visitors. Our theme "Go Green for Life" is
aimed to help children to learn to respect and save our environment by being
more considerate when doing everyday activities.
For BSP, it's a worthwhile event every year. Learning can be fun
and each year, we meet and teach children about the importance of caring for
and respecting the environment and the world we live in.
The Port Moresby Nature Park (formally the National Capital Botanical
Gardens) is PNG's only combined botanical and zoological park and gardens
dedicated to the promotion of PNG's flora and fauna.
Since 2012, BSP has worked closing with the Port Moresby Nature Park to
support its cause for Wildlife conservation, and also sponsored the new
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