Tupperware Brands for World Environment Day

Recent events around the world show the effects of climate change and environmental degradation. It reminds us of how important and precious Mother Nature is. As our source of life and sustenance, we need to rethink our actions and move towards preserving our environment.

One of the largest and most recognized efforts for positive environmental action is the World Environment Day (WED). Established by the United Nations (UN), the annual June 5 event encourages worldwide environment awareness and calls for massive attention and action.

This year, World Environment Day shows its support to UN’s International Year of Forest by carrying the theme, “Forests: Nature at Your Service”. It highlights the many essential life-sustaining values that forests provide.

In the Philippines, Tupperware Brands, the country’s premier direct selling company, supports similar efforts for a greener planet like the Bantay Kalikasan. For more than two (2) years it has been an ally in addressing concerns regarding the Philippines’ environment and aiding the implementation of projects like the reforestation of the La Mesa Watershed.

To show its participation to the global WED celebration, Tupperware Brands will start the CLICK FOR A TREE movement. It is an online campaign, aiming to gather 10,000 clicks for protection of 1,000 trees for one year in support to Bantay Kalikasan’s Save the La Mesa Watershed Program.

CLICK FOR A TREE will be launched on June 5 at TriNoma where evergreen tree seedlings will be given away to the first 100 to bring a friend with their very own Tupperware product. Three (3) online stations will also be available at the booth to gather on-the-spot support.

Bantay Kalikasan is committed on ensuring an actively protected, adequately rehabilitated and sustainably developed environment. One of its key projects is the ‘Save the La Mesa Watershed Program’, which positively resulted to the development and management of the La Mesa Eco-Park and La Mesa Nature Reserve.

For years, Tupperware has provided consumers with solutions for issues relating to health, organization, money, and the environment. Ever relentless in their pursuit of quality, the company also wants to become true champions of sustainability, which encompasses an even greater scope than the protection of the environment. Tupperware is also working to meet today’s challenges while undertaking tangible solutions to help preserve the future.

Reusable Giant Tumblers, Eco Bottles and Jumbo can be used at home and at work to lessen the consumption of plastic bottles and styrofoam containers that end up in the landfills. Storage solutions and containers like Fridgemates, Freezermates, Space Savers Ovals, Medium Handibowls and Small Square Rounds that store food and extend its freshness longer will help reduce food waste. And by bringing your own baon at work packed in Snack Box or in microwaveable Everyday Reheatable Bowls and Quick Chef, energy, time and the environment will be saved.

Join the pledge for a greener planet. Visit www.clickforatree.com to pledge your click. Do your part today!

Tupperware Brands is the authorized distributor of some of the world’s prestigious brands including Tupperware, Colour Collection, Ivana, Wonderbra, Playtex, Hanes, Baby Care Plus, Circus and Zwitsal. For your questions and inquiries on how to be a dealer, log on to www.tupperwarebrands.ph or email questions@tupperware.ph.

World Environment Day

JUNE 5 was recommended by the United Nations in 1972 to be the annual celebration of World Environment Day, aiming to be the largest and most widely recognized day for positive environmental action. This year’s theme is “Forests:Nature at Your Service”. Join the pledge for a greener planet. Do your part TODAY!

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