“Green Future" at Tbilisi International Airport Operator Company of Tbilisi and Batumi international airports, “TAV Georgia”, has responded to the initiative of the Prime Minister of Georgia - “Green Future” and has organized the planting event at Tbilisi International Airport. Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia and as well as Tbilisi City Hall green space and ecology department got involved In the Planting event. TAV Georgia’s Staff together with the representatives of Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia and Tbilisi City Hall green space and ecology department have planted 200 saplings of cypress on the adjoining territory of the Tbilisi International Airport. The aim of the event was protection of the nature, creation of the healthy environment and arrangement of the wind belt. While conducting its business activity strictly within the observation of social and ethical norms and consistently adopting preventive measures against environmental pollution, Tbilisi International airport has been implementing environment protection policies for already many years. The fact that Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports were granted the status as “the First Green Airports” in the region of Caucasia in 2008 year can serve as the proof to the above mentioned information. Not only this, Tbilisi International Airport has been closely cooperating with “Caucasus Environmental NGO Network” (CENN) for already number years.
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