SRU Planting 1 year 1,200 trees to increase green space. Create a royal forest
- Posted by Faculty of Science And Technology Suratthani Rajabhat University
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Today (15 Nov 19) at 9:00 am, executives and personnel of the Faculty of Science and Technology Suratthani Rajabhat University (Chiang Mai University) participated in the project. “The Royal Forest” to commemorate His Majesty’s benevolence Of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, in the field of conservation, restoration of natural resources and the environment With government agencies, private sectors, administrators, teachers, personnel, students, the media and the public at the edge of the fence Suratthani Rajabhat University
Assistant Professor Dr. Wattana Rattanaphom, Acting President Suratthani Rajabhat University said that at present, environmental problems And extravagant use of natural resources is becoming the focus of the general public. Due to the consequences that humans have and are related to daily life. Therefore it is very necessary that government agencies and the general public Must be aware of the problem The organization of activities to instill a conscience of environmental conservation and development is the duty of everyone to jointly campaign for the best use of resources and to try to maintain as long as possible. Especially the environment near us must be diverse. And seriously aware of the conservation of natural resources and the environment
Today, Suratthani Rajabhat University has initiated a project with an aim to restore the abundance of natural resources and the environment. In order to deepen His Majesty’s benevolence and to continue the royal determination of His Majesty the King Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, in the field of conservation and restoration of national forest resources With the university having environmental conservation policies By allowing students and staff to plant trees around the university 100 trees per month for a period of 1 year, totaling 1,200 trees in order to continue to be a royal forest Assistant Professor Dr. Watthana ask.