GWC once again shows its commitment toward sustainability by taking part in Qatar Sustainability Week 2022.
The Qatar Sustainability Week, which is a national initiative, was organized by Earthna (formerly known as the Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC)) has taken place from 8-15 October 2022, with the aim to engage the relevant stakeholders and the community in a wide range of sustainability-oriented activities and raise awareness while showcasing Qatar’s progress in various areas of sustainability.
GWC, through its various initiatives, has endeavoured to keep environmental protection and sustainability at its core. Whether it is a beach clean-up, tree plantation or recycling wooden pellets to delivering a sustainable FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, GWC has put in place many active and passive measures.
With a strong focus on digitalisation and Qatar National Vision 2030, GWC has been working diligently to provide holistic and innovative solutions to its clients while keeping a firm grip on its ESG framework.
“When it comes to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, sustainability has been at the core of our design, preparation and delivery measures. We are determined to assist our various clients and stakeholders in all sectors by reducing the ecological footprint through streamlining their logistical operations,” remarked Jawaher Al Khuzaei, Marketing & Communications Director, GWC.
She further added on the importance of the Qatar Sustainability Week for GWC and the nation as a whole, as a platform to showcase all the work being done by the government and the private sector to protect the environment for the future generations. She highlighted that this year, besides continuing the usual initiative, GWC participated in the Community Garden, by repurposing used wooden pallets and creating 30 plantation beds. Sustainability initiatives and its continuous improvement have always been a part of GWC’s operations across all its facilities globally.