The A-Park program, a group-wide tree planting initiative, was introduced in 2009 to uphold the importance of a healthy ecosystem by helping diminish our carbon footprint.In October 2014, the Aboitiz Group reached a milestone as it exceeded its three million trees target — a commitment made upon launch to plant the said number of trees by 2015.
With this accomplishment, the Group announced a new target of planting six million more trees by 2020 in keeping with the commitment to build a BetterWorld through sustainable environmental practices.
To date, the total number of trees the group has planted stands at 3.3 million.
Brigada Eskwela or National Schools Maintenance Week is an annual nationwide initiative of the Department of Education that mobilizes private companies, parents, alumni, civic groups, non-government organizations, teachers, students, and individuals who volunteer their time and skills to do repairs, maintenance work, and clean-up of public elementary and secondary schools.
This is one of the projects where team members can volunteer as part of our BetterWorld focus area on Team Member Engagement and Development under People
Framework In support of the triple bottom line, the Aboitiz Group identified focus areas where it can make the biggest difference with the intent of establishing measurable objectives, defining and setting achievable targets, and tracking them year on year....
We can do well by doing good, by always making the right long-term decisions that balance the interests of people, planet, and profit. We are guided by the following principles: Stakeholders must be treated with fairness. Corporate Social Responsibility...