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Trees Help Centre Meet Green Commitment

Adelaide Convention Centre employees have planted about 750 trees on a property on the banks of Carrickalinga Creek as part of its partnership with Trees for the Life, initiated in 2009 to help offset carbon emissions generated by events at the centre. So far centre employees have propagated 2250 native seedlings and planted about 1400 trees. Adelaide Convention Centre chief executive Alec Gilbert said the carbon offset programme is part of the Sustainable Meeting Package offered to clients. "Our employees are supportive and engaged with this approach, and 12 members of our team took part in the second tree planting day."

Source: CIM Magazine