Bangkok, Singha Estate Pcl joins the press conference on “Changing Climate, Changing Lives (CCCL) Film Festival 2020”, the first-ever short film festival dedicated to climate change held in Thailand. The event aims to educate the public and youth on climate change through short films, by portraying crisis that impact people’s and communities’ lives in Thailand. What’s more, the festival encourages stakeholders to work and implement concrete measures to fight the climate crisis. The film festival, founded by Christopher G. Moore, a renown Canadian novelists and run by experts in many fields such as Chulachak Hugo Chakrabongse and Sanitsuda Ekachai, a veteran journalist, will be held this November at Bangkok Art and Culture Center.
Ms. Sirithon Thamrongnawasawat, Vice President – Marketing Strategic Planning, Singha Estate Pcl remarked “The CCCL Film festival’s purpose complements our sustainable development philosophy on balancing economic development while preserving the environment. Singha Estate emphasizes the need for a sustainable use of natural resources to maintain biodiversity. The company sets to reduce temperature caused by operating its business by setting up measures including carbon reduction, waste management as well as environmentally-conscious activities such as youth camps and plogging, organized through the year.”
As part of CCCL Film festival 2020 campaign, 2 special short films, in which a part of the story derived from Singha Estate youth camp, will be projected to increase awareness on the importance of ecotourism, environment preservation and sustainable community among the public and foreign tourists.
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