At the 36th Pico Group International Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Pico delegates visited the ecology-themed Rama 9 Museum – a mega-project in which Pico Thailand was heavily involved for five years, between 2015 and 2019.
Since 2014, it has been a conference tradition for delegates to help create a better future by putting our focus on employees, community and the environment into action in the host community.
This year, our aim was to inspire our delegates by creating awareness of the importance of conserving and preserving nature and natural resources. What better way to do this than visit this brand-new museum illustrating the complex relationships between humans and the natural world, and the many ways that humans create impacts on ecosystems around the world?
During the visit, our conference delegates were taken through the museum’s three main galleries – ‘Our Home’, ‘Our Life’ and ‘Our King’ – where exhibits showed the sustainable and balanced connections between humans and nature in Thailand and every biome on Earth, as well as the scientific and nature-oriented ideas of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great.
After taking in the galleries, the delegates took part in a sharing session and a ceremony with representatives from the National Science Museum and Pico Thailand. During the ceremony, Pico Thailand donated THB100,000 (over USD3,300) to the National Science Museum to support science-based learning activities for students in rural areas of Thailand.
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Click here to learn more about our Rama 9 Museum project.