The Acciona Open de España de Golf continues with more work than the celebration of the tournament that has brought together great figures of this sport in its edition of 2021, Among which stands out the number one in the world ranking Jon Rahm or Rafa Cabrera Bello, who finally won the title.

Acciona, the main sponsor of the event, planted 4,000 trees in the Dehesa de la Villa this Sunday in Madrid in its commitment to generating a positive environmental impact in the city of Madrid. This action is included within the Madrid Compensa program, in collaboration with the Madrid City Council, which aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the city with actions such as the reforestation of urban spaces. In addition, these reforestation works will also help the recovery of the fauna of the Dehesa de la Villa, since many of the trees in its environment were affected by the storm Filomena.

These 4,000 trees, of species such as pines, cork oaks, maples, ash trees and rowan trees among others, will be planted in an area of ​​1.1 hectares and will receive a control to see their evolution and growth in this habitat. In this way, the Acciona Open of Spain, which has the ISO 20121 certificate in sustainable management and was neutral in CO2 emissions, maintains its commitment to the environment and, in addition, reinforces it with the planting of another 5,000 trees in the location that decided by the Madrid City Council.

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