Give a Tree as a Gift: SUSU Took Part in an Environmental Campaign

On May 25th, the South Ural State University team took part in the "Accounting Reference System Plants an Alley" campaign with the support of the Glavbukh System company.

The event was organized by the Give a Tree as a Gift project, the goal of which is to restore forests damaged by fires and increase the number of green spaces in Russia.

"I have been managing this project for over ten years now, and during all this time we have planted more than 12 thousand trees. We plant forests throughout Russia, from Vladivostok to Kaliningrad, creating new ecosystems. And we did another important thing in Chelyabinsk as well," said project manager Sergey Skorobogatov.

SUSU staff and students, including representatives of the Extracurricular Activities Office, the Headquarters of Student Labour Unions, and the School of Economics and Management, took part in the tree planting. The partner of the event was the Glavbukh System accounting reference company.

"The Glavbukh System is one of the most popular systems, which is a consultant in the field of accounting and a sponsor of this event. Such events allow students to get to know the company, combine studies and extracurricular activities, and unite university, business, sports with environmental responsibility. Of course, such events are of great importance, as they attract students to interesting and activities beneficial for the environment, as well as professional activities," noted Irina Solovyova, Head of the Department of Economics and Finance at SUSU School of Economics and Management.

Participants in the environmental campaign planted greenery on the SUSU campus area located near Dormitory No.7. In total, more than 15 linden, apple and pine trees were planted.

"We decided to take part in this event because the problem of landscaping is always acute and is often talked about. We have contributed to solving the city’s environmental problem and now we will know that there is a tree here that we planted," shared SUSU School of Economics and Management student Roman Bredchenko.

After completion of the land work, all participants were treated to sweets and hot tea

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