State Bank of India (SBI), under its CSR activity, in association with Hands on CSR NGO – that’s Eco Foundation, on Tuesday donated Rs. 48 lakh to Garden City University, Bengaluru, for plantation of 32,000 tree sapling. A project to plant 32000 saplings (A mini-Forest) has been launched by Hands on CSR NGO – that’s Eco Foundation in collaboration with Garden City University and SBI. The project manager from Hands on CSR discussed the dense afforestation they have planned for the forest’s overall expansion. The university students who had gathered were informed about the project’s execution, the sort of plantation they had chosen for the general growth, and its future perspectives.
The event’s goal was to inform the crowd about the value of trees in our lives and how they will be beneficial for the coming generations. This is a modest step in the direction of improving the atmosphere.
The crowd was made aware of how to slow down global warming and reduce the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) concentration in the Atmosphere and introduce more oxygen (O2), introducing the term dense afforestation which is beneficial for nature in lowering the temperature, making the soil nutritious, and supporting the wildlife area.
According to a SBI release, the MoU was signed between SBI, Garden City University and NGO that’s Eco Foundation for the above project.
The event was graced by Vice Chancellor of Garden City University Prof. G R Naik, CEO Lt. Gen. Ramesh Halgali, Dr. Lakshmikanth H. M., Vice President, Garden City Foundation and CGM of SBI, Nand Kishore and others.