Korean Air Ties Ribbons In NYC

  • November 5, 2009
Korean Air, the largest airline to Asia from JFK and Newark, will tie 2,000 ribbons on 48 trees in New York's World Financial Center in November to celebrate the airline's commitment to planting and maintaining trees worldwide. As part of its environmental initiatives, Korean Air has been planting trees in Mongolia since 2004 and in China's Inner Mongolia region since 2007 to help lessen the impact of yellow dust and desertification and promote conservation efforts of Mongolian forests. The airline expanded the initiative to Los Angeles by partnering with the Million Trees Los Angeles (MTLA) initiative. --Tanya Irwin

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