From our founder to our office staff,
sustainability is a priority for all of us here
at Meet and Greet.
We believe that sustainability will be a necessary choice in the next years, but it will take longer to be properly implemented. We think that today is the day to start this journey, working closely with our clients and suppliers, step by step.
We studied how to apply sustainability to our business model and to our market area and we decided to go down this road by setting these three goals: (1) Be a sustainable and ethical company, (2) Support the fight against the climate change, (3) Be promoters of change in the tourism industry
The carbon offset project VCS 1230 - Solar Photovoltaic Power Project at Jalgaon, Maharashtra, in India aims to generate clean electricity through the exploitation of solar energy. The project aims to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels, helping to avoid significant amounts of emissions of air pollutants with public health impacts such as SOx, NOx and suspended particulate matter (SPM).
The VCS 1382 - The Envira Amazonia Project in Brazil, which focuses on an area of 39,000 hectares of tropical forest, generates an average reduction of 1,259,646 tons of CO2 emissions per year over a period of 30 years from 2012 to 2042. The project helps to protect the critical habitat for endangered wildlife and in particular protects the presence of at least four endemic plants of the IUCN Red List of threatened species: acreana, odorata, longistipulata and macrophylla.
During the first reforestation that took place in March 2023 at Vesuvius National Park (NA), we planted 75 trees and shrubs. The species that were planted belong to the typical Mediterranean maquis, which usually presents itself with a high floristic biodiversity: the tree layer consists mainly of Holm Oak (Quercus ilex), associated with other deciduous plants (Downy Oak, Terebinthus, Judas Tree, Dogwood), while there are numerous shrub species (Phillyrea, Myrtle, Arbutus, Laurel, Viburnum, Alaternus, Lentisk, Cistus, several Brooms).
In April 2023 we chose to collaborate with Rete Clima supporting a new forestry activity that includes the planting of 75 trees at the Regional Urban Park of Aguzzano, in the north-east of Rome. The plants - among trees and shrubs - that have been planted, will generate benefits for the environment, for the climate but also for citizens, thus restoring value to the community that increasingly needs renaturalization activities.
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