Environmental program OKI
The Group actively supports the protection of the environment and takes preventive measures to achieve its goals by 2023 in four main areas: "building a society that cares about the environment", "prevention of pollution", "reuse of resources" and "preservation of biological diversity".
Save our forests
Every year, as a result of the expansion of arable land and other human activities, 10 million hectares of forests and forest plantations disappear from the face of the earth. This is turning into a rapid reduction in the biological diversity of the planet. Half of the forest areas almost did not suffer from external human impact, and a third of the forests are virgin forests that have not experienced the consequences of human activity. Nevertheless, the disappearance of forests continues, which means that new territories of the planet will lose their forest cover.
Wetland conservation campaign
Wetlands as well as lakes, rivers, and other water environments around the world are at risk, many of them polluted or degraded by climate change and human impact. In recent months, governments have stepped up their efforts to protect and restore these ecosystems, which experts say is critical not only to protecting biodiversity but also to combat the climate crisis.
Modern problems of nature conservation
Although theoretically everyone agrees that it is necessary to protect nature, in practice only a few do it. Even at the household level. How much waste and garbage is left in the forest or along the banks of water bodies after our picnics? Someone will object: “Yes, this is a trifle, especially in comparison with global warming or depletion of the bowels.” But it is from such trifles that environmental problems arise, and if they are not dealt with, they grow to a global scale.
Cleaning up the beaches together
The garbage from all industries and land is dumped, spilled, pumped, and leaked into the ocean every day. We expose the ocean to pollutants such as plastic trash, crude oil, chemical runoff, and more every day, adding to the already large amount of ocean debris. We can help change the world for the better by cleaning up the oceans ourselves and helping the many governments and charities that are taking action around the world.