Pernod Ricard’s 8th Responsib’ALL Day held on 7 June 2018 saw 18,500 employees worldwide engage in over 100 local community projects, showing their commitment and contribution to society.
In New Zealand over 400 Pernod Ricard employees rolled up their sleeves and helped out in restoration projects across regional New Zealand parks. A total of 9,000 native trees were planted throughout New Zealand to preserve our water ways. Water is of critical importance to the #nzwine industry for vine irrigation and winemaking activities, and by planting these native trees, they will act as a filter removing contaminants such as waste and plastics from local streams and oceans.
Kevin Mapson, Managing Director for Pernod Ricard New Zealand said, “Responsib’ALL Day is our global initiative where all our teams have the opportunity to come together on the same day to support the environment and the communities in which we operate”.
Think globally, act locally.