Greenfield Recycling Centre
Save Environment. It will save you.
The Greenfield Centre (GC) was instituted with the aim of increasing awareness and providing suitable solutions to the problems caused by lack of rainfall and high pollution. When the world is facing the problems of environmental degradation, rising temperatures, and global warming, GC came up with this initiative to maintain the green cover of the Earth. The main objective is to provide awareness about preserving and growing more trees, which is the only way of implementing the goals of environmental protection.
As we are all aware, today’s deforestation through cutting trees is gradually increasing. To save trees and attain environmental balance on the earth, GC runs an awareness drive called “Plant a tree, Gift a life.” Therefore, GC takes the initiative to encourage and involve students to inspire people to plant more and more trees in cities and villages to cover the earth with greenery with the motto of ‘One child, One plant.’
Apart from plantation, the project also aims to promote, protect, conserve, and develop the environment to bring harmony in nature.
A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
To generate awareness of afforestation and ensure the availability of a wide range of trees for distribution, having very good quality and health, with 6 to 8 feet in height, which are ready for plantation.
To increase the green cover of the earth by facilitating more tree planting that would strengthen, balance, and harmonize with nature.
To increase the plantation and distribution of healthy trees that require less post-plantation care with a 100% survival rate.
He that plants tree loves other beside himself. - Thomas Fuller
Why Plant trees?
Today's Greenfield = Tomorrow's Green Valley
- creator of a mini forest.
- Architect and motivator for community plantation.
- serving as carbon credit and carbon offset.
- Empowerment of individuals and communities
- Biodiversity conservator.
- The link between the classroom and the actual field
Forests were the first temples of the divinity, and it is in the forests that men have grasped the first idea of architecture.
– Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand