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Posted: 25 May 2014 | 11:21 am
Over 144 staff from Laguna Phuket recently joined a local community effort in Phang Nga aimed at mangrove preservation.
In the 8th annual installment of Laguna's green efforts, 4,500 mangrove tree saplings were planted in Baan Tapla, Phang Nga.
Over the years Laguna Phuket has planted over 21,000 trees in a step aimed to lower carbon emissions.
The efforts come at a time when Phuket coastlines continue to face serious erosion as a result of global warming.
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Koh Phi Phi's Zeavola resort has won a five-star award in the sustainable hotel in Thailand category.
A wide-spread public outcry over a proposed coal-fired power plant in nearby Krabi has seen the project's environmental permit denied.
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