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2018-06-27IRPC joined in the press released of CARE THE BEAR Project

       Miss Monwipa Choopiban, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs represented IRPC Public Company Limited together with The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) and other alliances joined in launching "Care the Bear: Change the Climate Change by Eco Event" project which aims to help listed companies recognize the importance of environmental, social and corporate governance (Environmental Social and Governance or ESG) and promotes the reduction of global warming by organizing eco-events to create a change in consumers and propel them to contribute to the reduction of global warming. This is in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Article 13, "Climate Action," which extends to wider partnerships and it is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2,000 tons equivalent to carbon dioxide per year or equivalent to reforestation of 2,000 rai to absorb greenhouse gases.  This is consistent with state policies that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions of 20-25% by 2030.
        IRPC had held its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders in the form of "Green Meetings, Energy Saving for the Planet" for the sixth consecutive year in according to the criteria of the Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development (TBCSD) and the Thailand Environment Institute (TEI), The campaign is aimed for the public and private sectors to adapt in tangible manner which is the same approach as the Care the bear project launched this year by SET. IRPC provided shareholders the opportunity to show their commitment to the environment by reducing waste i.e. traveling by public transportation or car pool together to the meeting, adjust the meeting room temperature to be at 25 degrees Celsius, dress with light clothing, maximize the benefit of consumption, choose local food and organize waste collection for efficient recycling etc. This is the starting point for the reduction of global warming towards better future.

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