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M3M Foundation MoU signing with MCG Gurugram to make Gurugram green

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M3M Foundation signs MoU with MCG Gurugram

Gurugram (CSR for India): Nowadays, protecting the environment from further harm is a common worry whenever it is brought up in conversation. Our earth needs us to take charge and do something about many of the catastrophes we have created through negligence now more than ever. Land, air, and water are necessary components to keep the environment in balance. Additionally, trees have a direct impact on the ecosystem by supplying oxygen, enhancing air quality, reducing climate change, conserving water, maintaining soil, and fostering animals. M3M Foundation organised a plantation campaign at Gurugram’s Darbaripur Hill with this in mind. There were planted saplings of Neem, Jamun, Banyan, Sahut, and Peepal trees. 
In accordance with the “Sankalp” programme, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was also inked with the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG). In accordance with the agreement, M3M Foundation will also plant a variety of plants and bushes to transform the Darbaripur hill area into a Biodiversity Park, as well as rehabilitate a pond in Palda. 
Several saplings were planted to commemorate the occasion by MCG Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja, Trustee of the M3M Foundation Dr. Payal Kanodia, GMDA Additional CEO Subhash Yadav, Gurugram Mayor Madhu Azad, President of the M3M Foundation Dr. Aishwarya Mahajan, other members of the Foundation, Councillor Subhash Fauji, a former sarpanch, and the local populace.

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Dr. Payal Kanodia, Trustee of the M3M Foundation, spoke at the event and stated, “With the signing of the MoU with MCG, we are committed to making Gurugram green. The Foundation will continue the planting effort as part of the “Sankalp” campaign. As a responsible organization, the Foundation works to advance all initiatives to address environmental issues and the challenges posed by climate change. The Foundation has implemented several programmes to bring about socioeconomic change in rural India. 
The M3M Foundation is planting shady trees like Neem, Peepal, Jamun, and Banyan, which will assist maintain a healthy environment, said a local. I’m thrilled to be a part of this effort. Along with the people, animals and birds must also have access to shade. By increasing the number of trees and plants, we can lessen the oppressive heat we are currently experiencing. I appreciate the M3M Foundation for starting this. 
More than 2 lakh trees have already been planted in various locations nationwide as part of the M3M Foundation’s commitment to plant one million trees nationwide. The M3M Foundation, on the other hand, is focusing on water conservation and other related issues. India currently holds the best position in terms of carbon emissions, which the international community is also required to accept. This has been made possible by our PM Narendra Modi’s efforts to raise awareness among the general public.