Unusual initiative by BIAL

I received this announcement just now:

Bangalore International Airport is delighted to announce its first Hasiru Habba.

The objective of the Hasiru Habba is to create awareness to the community on environmental harms and to provide a simple message in effective way to every individual to make a positive change.

Bangalore International Airport is conscious about your organization and the work that your organization is engaged towards environment. Bangalore International Airport would like invite your organization to be a part of this first ever Hasiru Habba to be held at Aiprort commencing from 15th August 2009 to 17th August 2009.

Kindly accept this as the invitation and participate in the Hasiru Habba at Bengaluru International Airport.

Bangalore International Airport would be glad to receive an official confirmation from your organization to participate in the Hasiru Habba 2009 by filling the participation form enclosed with this letter.

The duly filled participation form/confirmation shall be emailed or faxed to the person/s mentioned below:

Ms. Deepa A. G / Mr. Kiran Cariappa

Corporate Communications Department

Bangalore International Airport Limited

Administration Block, Bengaluru International Airport, Devanahalli,

Bangalore – 560300, India

Fax: 080 66783366

Tel: 9538882043/42

csr@bialairport.com / deepa@bialairport.com

I feel that BIAL, for access to which so many trees have been cut down, is making an effort to do something on the "hasiru" side…a worthy effort, and one which should be encouraged!

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Comments:

  1. Jayadeep Purushothaman says:

    The best thing for the environment would be to stop(or reduce) flying, so this is a bit ironic indeed!

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