The Big Farm Brothers- Giving Back To Mother Earth
As our name may suggest, we, The Big Farm Brothers, a company headquartered in the United Arab Emirates, dealing with organic products, all sorts of them. After recent growth, we have now decided to let our financial and moral borders be not only confined till our commitment toward bringing a better consumer experience for our customers, but also toward giving back whatever we take from our mother, Earth. We have decided to recognize our duties as the citizens of the most beautiful planet man has discovered to date. We have realized that to preserve the planet for coming generations and not turn it into crony capitalists’ hands for devastation, and we have to accept the wrong and work toward correcting it. Following this sense of duty, we have decided to extend our services and good deeds. We undergo a period in which we give back to mother earth in corporate social responsibility.
What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a sort of worldwide personal business self-guideline that intends to add to cultural objectives of an altruistic, dissident, or beneficent nature by participating in or supporting chipping in or morally arranged practices. While it was conceivable to depict CSR as an authoritative interior arrangement or a corporate ethics procedure, that time has gone as different global laws have been created. While it has been viewed as a type of corporate self-guideline for quite a while, throughout the recent decade or so, it has moved extensively from intentional choices at the degree of individual associations to obligatory plans at territorial, public and worldwide levels.
What do we aim to do?
With revenues collected through sales of our products we are supporting tree plantation, as simple as that. It is the easy and the most effective way to give back what we take to mother earth.
Why did we choose to do this?
Deforestation is a supporter of global warming and is regularly referred to as a significant reason for the greenhouse effect. Tropical deforestation is responsible for roughly 20% of the world’s greenhouse emissions. According to the International Panel on Climate Change, deforestation, basically in tropical regions, could represent up to 33% of absolute anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions. But ongoing computations propose that carbon dioxide discharges from deforestation contribute about 12% of total anthropogenic carbon dioxide outflows ranging from 6% to 17%. Deforestation makes carbon dioxide wait in the environment. As carbon dioxide accumulates, it delivers a layer in the air that traps radiation from the sun. The radiation changes over to warm, which causes an Earth-wide temperature boost, which is otherwise called the nursery effect. Plants eliminate carbon as carbon dioxide from the air during the photosynthesis cycle; however, discharge some carbon dioxide again into the air during an ordinary breath.
Join us on this journey of ours, and let’s together, as a community, contribute toward making this world a better and a more beautiful place for the generations to come.
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