IMPARTING the message of environmental sustainability among children is vital for continued existence of the human race.
This year the Bank South Pacific (BSP) Go Green campaign focuses on children where they can learn to sustain the environment.
The bank’s head of marketing, Nirdesh Singh, said their aim was to make children environmental advocates within their homes, schools and communities.
Go Green was initiated by BSP in 2010 and is geared to build a culture of love for our environment. This time the Go Green invitation was extended to schools to participate in today’s clean-up day.
“We’ve received an overwhelming response. We are extending our invitation to schools who may wish to schedule their clean-up day over the next week or so,” said Mr Singh.
The initiative is supported by the Ministry of Education and the Department of Environment.