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MNRE organized the event “New Way Wearing Thai Fabrics Taking Care Environment”

MNRE organized the event “New Way Wearing Thai Fabrics Taking Care Environment”

Today (29 June 2020) at 8:30 AM., H.E. Mr. Warawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, presided over the activity “New Way Wearing Thai Fabrics Taking Care Environment” with Mr. Chatuporn Buruspat, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment as well as executives of MNRE joined the activity and visited the shops of garments produced from Thai and local fabrics and activities 3R (Reduce Reuse Recycle). This activity aims to promote and support the use and wear of Thai fabrics to government officers and staff from MNRE on the first floor of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment building. 

H.E. Mr. Warawut Silpa-archa states that according to the Cabinet’s resolution on 2 June 2020, the Cabinet has acknowledged and approved measures to promote and support the use and wearing of Thai clothing to follow the royal wishes of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother to preserve and carry on the wisdom of the Thai people. As a result, today's activities would like to ask all of us to promote and support wearing Thai and local fabrics every Tuesday and Friday. 

Besides stimulating income for communities, it conserves precious heritage and disseminates local cloth, which is the wisdom of Thai people and to proud of the Thai people to our children in the future. For this activity, “New Way Wearing Thai Fabrics Taking Care Environment” is scheduled from 29 June – 3 July 2020 from 8.30 – 16.30 hrs. At this event, there are ready-made garments products from Thai and local fabrics from entrepreneurs, second hand market shops, and 3R (Reduce Reuse Recycle) activities to reduce the purchase of new products (Reduce) the reuse of what is still used (Reuse) and using waste generated by exchange for new products (Recycle).

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