With the ongoing challenges to preserve our planet that’s endangered by climate change, global multienergy company TotalEnergies continues to pursue its ambition of reaching its carbon neutrality objective for the second half of the century. This means not only transforming the way energy is produced, transported and used, but also requires a collective effort that includes civil society
In accordance with the company’s global strategy, the TotalEnergies local representative office in Serbia organised an action in Belgrade on 18th April, thus marking this year’s Earth Week with a dedicated activity that involved three preschools: Carica Milica and Princeza Olivera in the Savski Venac municipality, and Sveti Sava in the Banovo Brdo neighbourhood.
In a joint effort to raise awareness of the importance of trees to life on the planet, company employees joined forces with preschool children to plant mini parks in the schoolyards of each of these institutions. In an effort to forge enduring bonds and create a culture of appreciation for plantlife, the participating children were asked to attach small name tags to each of the saplings and attend to their watering needs whenever necessary. The mini parks that they created together will serve as a daily reminder of how important it is to care for the environment and thereby help protect the climate.
With the aim of contributing to the development of host communities and regions, TotalEnergies promotes initiatives that protect ecosystems, linking them to awareness-raising efforts and educational activities that place young people at the forefront of these efforts.
The company’s social engagement is an integral part of its ambition to be a world-class player in energy transition, providing energy that’s more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. TotalEnergies’ focus on climate concerns is integral to its four areas of strategic focus: natural gas, electricity generated from renewables and gas, petroleum products and carbon neutrality.