Gaming company shows concern for environment
By:Fasiha Khushiri
Date:
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KUCHING: A total of 80 Magnum employees participated in a tree-planting initiative organised by MagnumCares as part of its commitment to enhancing environmental conservation efforts.

The company has been promoting Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles with the help of their staff members via numerous initiatives.

The latest effort was led by Krian Upatkoon, Executive Director of Magnum 4D Berhad, and Datuk Chan Chee Fai, Chief Commercial Officer of Magnum Group.

Together, they planted more than 200 plant seedlings along the borders of the 12-hectare public park at Pantai Eco Park in Kuala Lumpur.

“To ensure the success of this CSR programme, MagnumCares will collaborate with Malaysia Nature Society (MNS) to monitor the trees’ growth and survival over the years.

“This is our first of many collaborations with MNS, an NGO that has pioneered in making a difference through habitat conservation and environmental education since 1940,” said Chan.

“We hope this initiative will bring in other NGO partners to protect our environmental heritage for the generations to come.

“We are proud to say that with our employees’ participation, we have helped to revitalise the park’s surroundings with greenery.”
Chan said MagnumCares aims to plant up to 600 trees at the same place by the end of 2022.

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