World Environment Day

Nongprue schools pledge to cut plastic, foam use

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 13:05
Nongprue Sub-district schools have pledged to reduce use of plastic and foam starting on this year’s World Environment Day. Representatives from Ban Nernplabwan, Wat Boonsamphan, Baan Nernplabwan Community, Nongprue Municipal Kindergarten, Wat Tungkom, Wat Kao Pho Thong, and Sawangboriboon School, plus Thai-ITOH Technology College signed the...
Hilton Pattaya’s general manager, Rudolf Troestler, together with over 20 Hilton Pattaya executives, joined a coral reef planting project to commemorate the 2014 World Environment Day June 5.  The event took place at Toei-Ngam Beach in Sattahip, illustrating the hotel’s environmental concern as well as...
Pattaya officials released 2,000 silver perch into the sea as the city marked World Environment Day. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome presided over the June 4 event, a day before the official United Nations celebration to raise awareness about environmental conservation, food shortages, energy crises and population growth....
BANGKOK, 5 June 2014 – The Public Health Ministry hopes to raise awareness on a host of environmental problems including pollution, global warming, and deforestation on the occasion of World Environment Day on Thursday. Permanent-Secretary for Public Health Dr. Narong Sahamethaphat said that the World Environment...
A cement factory adjacent to Pattaya School No. 11 began planting 200 trees, installing nets and changing procedures to offset dust and pollution that has disrupted classes and forced students to wear face masks in class.
Pattaya officials released 10,000 fish and crabs into the sea as the city marked World Environment Day. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome presided over the June 4 event, a day before the official United Nations celebration to raise awareness about environmental conservation, food shortages, energy crises and population...

Rayong governor leads beach cleanup

Wednesday, 20 June 2012 15:00
The governor of Rayong led dozens of public and private-sector workers and students on a cleanup of Mae Rampung Beach, helping to beautify the province.

Grant Pereira visits Regent’s

Thursday, 21 June 2012 10:36
“Which animal would you want to help the most?” asked a Primary student - after a silent pause Mr. Pereira replied, “Humans, humans need saving the most.”
Pattaya officials handed out 1,400 trees to local residents as the city marked World Environment Day.