More than 18,500 members of the global Pernod Ricard team will take part in a global project called Responsib’ALL Day on Thursday, June 16.

Launched in 2011, Responsib’ALL Day is dedicated to sustainability and responsibility. Each year, it has an overarching theme which sees Pernod Ricard companies collaborate with local partners on a wide variety of community projects.

Across Australia and New Zealand, together with charity partners Landcare and Conservation Volunteers, more than 1,000 employees (400 in New Zealand) will step away from their daily tasks to take part in local community projects to nurture the land.

They will be taking part in 19 different activities near the Pernod offices and production sites across Australia and New Zealand to restore native flora, build pathways and clear invasive weeds.

Some of the activities include:

Papakura Stream (Auckland): Planting natives on a six-hectare site at Papakura Stream as part of a wider area of bush working to filter the stream and protect local species.
Marlborough Vineyards: Planting a variety of natives at our own Brancott Estate & Fairhall vineyards to attract native birds.
Church Road (Hawke’s Bay): Planting natives to support biodiversity and re-wilding at Church Road.

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