BRM Team Partake in Tree Planting Day

Happy Malaysia Day to all Malaysians!

Home is a place where one lives. Most people relate to it as a property, lodgings, room, residence, and other related terminology

In BRM, home is also mother nature, the earth, the plants, soil, and water.

Today, we went for tree planting at Kuil Sri Maha Maheswari Kallamman & Kuil Sri Maha Mariamnan. It was an eye-opening experience to some of us as it’s not just about planting trees, but also keeping the environment clean.

Every small act of kindness makes a difference, if you are out and see a piece of litter, pick it up and throw it into the trash bin.

“If every person picked up just one piece of litter today, there would be over 300 million fewer pieces of litter. If every person picked up 10 pieces of litter, there would be 3 billion fewer pieces damaging our environment.” – Matthew Emerzian and Kelly Bozza

We pray that everyone will do their part, to keep our home, Malaysia clean and nourished.

Contribution to UN SDG 15.2

By 2030, promote the implementation of sustainable management of all types of forests, halt deforestation, restore degraded forests and substantially increase afforestation and reforestation globally

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