Amata Corporation was awarded a certificate by the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization at their seventh annual ceremony, honoring companies, municipalities and relevant stakeholders certified under TGO schemes for their contributions and efforts to combat climate change.
Accepting the on behalf of Amata Corporation was Dr. Viwat Kromadit, Senior Vice President and Acting Chief Engineering Officer. Amata has set the goal of becoming a low-carbon Smart City with net zero emission by 2040.
Every year, the organization sees a rising number of participants in TGO organized activities. These are designed to respond to the country’s policy on emission reduction, promote a low-carbon society, and develop disaster management systems and adaptive capacity for future climate risks and impacts. In 2019, 406 participating organizations helped reduce greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to more than 3.4 million tons of carbon dioxide.