Furthermore, SCGC has plans to continually expand green areas for accumulating carbon credits. Every planted tree has a long-term care plan to ensure a survival rate of no less than 80%. SCGC's reforestation efforts aim for tangible and sustainable benefits; hence, it has registered the voluntary greenhouse gas emission reduction project under Thailand's Voluntary Emission Reduction Program (T-VER), overseen by the Greenhouse Gas Management Organization. It has registered for a high-standard Premium T-VER project with stricter operational criteria. In partnership with the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, it has been allocated an area of 1,100 rais for forest planting in three provinces: Rayong (437 rais), Phetchaburi (563 rais), and Chonburi (100 rais). This effort aims to transform degraded forest lands into thriving ecosystems and increase mangrove forest areas, serving as carbon absorption and contributing to a low-carbon society in Thailand.
Our world faces a crisis that we can no longer ignore. Our damaged ozone layer—akin to a home's roof that cannot provide shelter from sun and rain—poses dangers to every life underneath. It is imperative for all sectors to join hands in overcoming this challenge. By conducting business and living our lives according to the core principle of sustainability, we can repair our home, making it more habitable and maintaining a comfortable temperature for everyone.