For the sixth year running, property developer Raimon Land has joined hands with the Plant A Tree Today Foundation (PATT) in an effort to protect and enhance the natural environment through a sustainable project. For these efforts, Raimon Land has been awarded the PATT Environmental Impact Award as the Thai company to have planted the most number of trees in 2013.
Raimon Land employees led by Nuch Kalyawongsa, Director and Chief Financial Officer, recently headed to Baan Sap Tai to plant young trees from the Foundation’s sapling nursery.
Raimon Land employees led by Nuch Kalyawongsa, Director and Chief Financial Officer, pose at Baan Sap Tai while taking part in a joint reforestation project with the Plant A Tree Today Foundation (PATT).
“This is our way of showing our commitment to preserve the ecosystem. The forest is one of our most important natural resources which provides precious habitats for wildlife and natural spaces for generations to enjoy,” she explained. “Moreover, we are also helping the neighboring communities by preserving invaluable resources that can provide a range of long-term economic, social and environmental benefits.”.
Dr. Andrew Steel, PATT Founder and CEO, expressed his recognition of Raimon Land’s continuous efforts: “Raimon Land is a true advocate of environmental stability projects and through its sustained support, we are able to create many initiatives to tackle the issue of climate change and to encourage sustainable development in the Kingdom. The PATT Environmental Impact Award is given to Raimon Land for its commitment to a greener future in Thailand.”
A staunch supporter of the PATT Foundation since 2008, Raimon Land has also been helping replenish the Sap Tai Forest in Khao Yai and fostering education through donations to the nearby Baan Sok Noi School.