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Sberbank added greenery to Sakhalin

Sberbank added greenery to Sakhalin
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Employees of the Far Eastern Sberbank held an environmental campaign on Sakhalin. Together with the leaders of the island region, the Far Eastern Federal District and representatives of the media community from all over the Far East, they planted trees and shrubs in the Yuri Gagarin Park.

According to the press service of Sberbank, the participants of the action, under the supervision of specialists, planted seedlings of maple, cedar, alder, yabolon, willow, mountain ash and birch. This is the sixth Sberbank event of this kind in Sakhalin this year. Earlier, an alley of lilacs appeared on the territory of the "Mountain Air" complex, in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk itself, new varieties of sakura began to grow, in Dolinsk - in the park of the local regional hospital, mountain ash is now growing, and lilacs have also appeared in one of the residential areas.

By 2023
The Sberbank team is going to plant more than one million trees as part of the Save the Planet program. It is aimed at spreading the ideas of environmental and social responsibility in society and is one of the directions of the ESG philosophy that Sberbank implements. Andrey Cherkashin, Chairman of the Far Eastern Sberbank, noted that green initiatives inspire not only bank employees, but also residents of the Far East, partners and clients of the bank to improve the environment and draw attention to solving significant problems in the field of improving the quality of life, social development, and promoting a healthy lifestyle. life. Every step in the ESG direction is a concern for the kind of world that future generations will inherit.
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