Bangkok, Thailand - Volunteers from Panasonic's employees, their family members, and students from both the Panasonic Scholarship Alumni and Panasonic Future Gear Scholarship planted 2,540 Bruguiera Cylindrica and Rhizophoraceae trees that day.
Takeshi Nomoto, CEO of Panasonic Group in Thailand commented, "I hope these activities will encourage the spirit of volunteerism and increase knowledge on the importance of environmental conservation. Mangrove reforestation activities can help provide protection from waves and prevent coastal erosion, on top of serving as a habitat for marine animals."
In addition, volunteers had the opportunity to visit the Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum to learn about natural history in geology, botany, zoology and marine life in Thailand.
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508 volunteers planted 2,540 trees in "Panasonic Mangrove Reforestation 2016"