Kenya Forest Service together with Ponty Pridd Holdings have planted 350,000 seedlings in Kajiado county.
In a bid to promote reforestation and combat climate change, the Kenya Forest Service partnered with Ponty Pridd Holdings to plant 350,000 seedlings in Orkulului, Kajiado County.
The event was graced by the Chief Guest, Mr. Mohamed Daghar, the Principal Secretary State Department of Transport.
Ponty Pridd Holdings is taking ambitious steps towards carbon neutrality in all its sites by incorporating green energy and technology to lower emissions from their logistics fleet.
As part of the company’s plan, they intend to plant one million trees by 2025. On the other hand, the Kenya Forest Service is collaborating with various private and public sectors to accelerate the planting of 15 billion trees by 2032.
This partnership according to the Service is a step to achieving the goal of a greener and more sustainable environment for all.