HN Safal Celebrates World Environment Day
HN Safal Celebrates World Environment Day – June 5th 2014
We at HN Safal are conscious of the fact that our activities have a direct and immediate effect on our employees, stakeholders and society as a whole – not to mention the wider natural world.
Not only do we go out on a limb to preserve natural greenery around sites, but we also try to create a healthy ecosystem wherever possible comprising Gardens, Parks and Aesthetic water bodies. HN Safal has also brought a novel concept of “Building Homes around Trees and not Trees around Homes.”
HN Safal has always made sustainable development and believes in contributing to Society through Business. To make deliberate and Strategic efforts towards Society HN Safal carries out various CSR activities through the Foundation. The activities are mainly in the field of Health, Education, Environment, Employment, Rural Transformation and eradication of Poverty.
At the heart of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Area (AUDA), we have created (and continue to maintain) a 45,000 sq. ft. Community Park, which boasts verdant landscapes, a children’s play area and a jogging track. This project has not only enhanced living standards, but also significantly added to Ahmedabad’s environmentally vital green cover. HN Safal’s commitment to address Environmental, Social and Economic challenges through construction excellence is central to practise ethos. Thus being a Socially Responsible Corporate Organization, we have decided to create awareness about the Environment by acknowledging and celebrating the World Environment Day i.e. 5th June, 2014. Ahmedabad even though being one of the fastest developing cities in India as per Forbes magazine (2010), has inadequate Green cover according to the World Health Organisation’s Standards.
We plan to distribute saplings and create awareness among the people on this day. We also urge each and every fellow citizen of the country to join us in this endeavour to protect the environment. It is aptly said “We have not inherited the earth from our ancestors, we have borrowed it from our children.”