Feb 07, 2024

Editor's Picks / Feature Story


January 2024 TOP 5 Engagement

Ready to be inspired? Explore our Top 5 Posts from January and fall in love with Panasonic’s commitment to sustainability and innovation!

From environmentally friendly flooring to impactful education initiatives, we’re creating a greener future.
Dive into the stories about our new green technologies, the Panasonic Scholarship Asia program, our booth at CES 2024, Panasonic Brasil’s GREEN IMPACT action plan, and more!

And join our journey!

No. 1

Contributing to Forest Conservation with Biomass-Based Sustainable Floor™

— Posted on January 29, 2024

Through its long-tern environmental vision, Panasonic GREEN IMPACT (PGI), the Panasonic Group is committed to leveraging research and development to create products that help protect the environment, promote circular economy, and accelerate the transition to a carbon-neutral society.

One such innovation is Panasonic Housing Solutions’ Sustainable Floor™, which features a base made from recycled wood and a coating derived from biomass. Customers purchasing a Sustainable Floor™ can even contribute to forest conservation and the environment.

No. 2

Helping Young People Across Asia Achieve Their Full Potential

— Posted on January 23, 2024

The Panasonic Scholarship Asia program was launched in 1998 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Panasonic’s founding and demonstrate the Group’s commitment to founder Konosuke Matsushita’s principle of “developing people before products.”

Since its inauguration, the program has supported over 1,400 graduates, many of whom are now leaders in higher education, government agencies, engineering, consulting, and the IT sector in over 100 cities worldwide.

Learn more about how young people in Thailand and Vietnam have used the scholarship program to realize their full potential and make a positive contribution to society.

No. 3

Panasonic CES 2024 Exhibition Space Offers Visitors Sneak Preview into a Sustainable Tomorrow

— Posted on January 31, 2024

Sustainability was woven into every aspect of Panasonic’s booth at CES 2024. The bare floor (no carpeting!), display components of sustainable resin, and nature-friendly fabrics created the perfect venue for showcasing products and solutions being created today that can enrich tomorrow by reducing carbon emissions, protecting resources, and preserving the environment.

From sustainable energy solutions accelerating the shift toward carbon neutrality, to circular economy and resource optimization initiatives that reduce waste, extend product lifecycles, and minimize resource use, Panasonic is enhancing the well-being of people and society with new technologies and in new ways.

No. 4

PGI in Action: PANABRAS Driving Green Transformation in Brazil

— Posted on January 22, 2024

Panasonic’s subsidiary in Brazil, Panasonic Brasil (PANABRAS), is leading Panasonic’s environmental initiatives under the Panasonic GREEN IMPACT (PGI) action plan in Brazil. Collaborating with local stakeholders, consumers, and employees, PANABRAS is driving a green transformation through “Zero-CO2 factories” running on renewable energy, reverse-logistics programs that recapture value from old appliances, and education programs promoting sustainable lifestyles.

Find out more by reading this interview article in which Arlison M. Bomfim, Manager in charge of ESG at PANABRAS share his thoughts and experiences.

No. 5

CES 2024: Panasonic Highlights Progress on Carbon Neutrality and Circular Economy Initiatives

— Posted on January 19, 2024

Panasonic was at CES 2024 and its press conference showcased how products and technologies can provide well-being for people, society, and the planet under the theme “Create Today. Enrich Tomorrow.”

Through sustainable energy solutions, promotion of circular economy, and efforts to optimize resources, environment is at the center of every Panasonic business. 

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